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21 June 2016
5 min read
Issue 14 This week we check in on Twitter’s machine learning plans, ask if deep learning is magic or just math, celebrate the latest net neutrality ruling, and share some videos to watch. Plus, what we’re reading and a few things for you to try at home.  Not a subscriber? Join the Emergent...
14 June 2016
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Issue 13 This week we check in on Larry Page’s flying-car project, get a primer in AI, ML, and Deep Learning, take a look at all the Apple WWDC news, and check out the Vive VR headset. Plus, what we’re reading and a few things for you to try at home. Not a subscriber? Join the Emergent...
8 June 2016
6 min read
Every company is now a data company, capable of using machine learning in the cloud to deploy intelligent apps at scale, thanks to three machine learning trends: data flywheels, the algorithm economy, and cloud-hosted intelligence. That was the takeaway from the inaugural Machine Learning / Artificial...
7 June 2016
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Issue 12 This week we recap Mary Meeker’s latest Internet Trends Report, and check in on Facebook’s latest AI project. Prepare to be shocked by Elon Musk’s wildest ideas yet (spoiler: you live in a video game, and we’re going to Mars!), and a researcher used a neural network to...
26 May 2016
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Algorithmia is excited to announce that it has been selected as a Gartner Cool Data Science vendor for 2016. Gartner’s annual Cool Vendor report identifies the five most innovative, impactful, and intriguing data science vendors help analytics leaders solve hard problems, and automate and scale their...
25 May 2016
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For the second year in a row, Algorithmia earns a spot on the CRN Big Data 100 Business Analytics list. Now in its fourth year, the Big Data 100 highlights vendors that create innovative products and services that help businesses make sense of their data. Algorithmia earned this same award in 2015. “Working...
24 May 2016
4 min read
Issue 11 Google’s annual I/O conference was all about the future of AI, researchers unveiled a Hyperloop prototype, and VR goes IMAX. Plus, we share a few surprising discoveries, projects to try at home, and our top reads from the past week. Google Bets Big on AI at I/O You Might Have Heard:...
19 May 2016
2 min read
Today, we’re excited to announce full algorithm development support for Python 3, JavaScript, Rust, and Ruby! Now, more developers can contribute to the world’s largest marketplace for algorithms in their favorite programming language. Python 3, JavaScript, Rust, and Ruby join Java, Scala, and Python...
17 May 2016
2 min read
Algorithmia is excited to announce that we’ve been selected as one of the top five worldwide pioneers in the platform as a service market by International Data Corporation (IDC). The recent IDC Innovators Report evaluates startups under $50 million in revenue based on their inventive technologies,...
17 May 2016
6 min read
Issue 10 In this issue we meet Siri’s sister Viv, learn how Amazon is equipping their delivery drones with computer vision, what Google is doing to own the smart home market and makeaugmented reality ubiquitous, how VR will change how you experience concerts, and we top things off with a collection...