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UNICEF AND EPAM PARTNER TO BUILD TRUSTED ‘HEALTHBUDDY COVID-19’ INFORMATION PLATFORM

EPAM Systems | July 09, 2020

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EPAM Systems, Inc. (NYSE: EPAM), a leading global provider of digital platform engineering and software development services, is pleased to announce it has entered into a partnership with UNICEF ECARO to build a multi-featured ‘HealthBuddy COVID-19’ information app designed to protect children, families and communities across Europe and Central Asia. Merging the common features and functions of EPAM’s COVID Resistance app with UNICEF ECARO’s interactive web-based He...

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APPLE ACQUIRES EDGE AI STARTUP XNOR

VentureBeat | January 15, 2020

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Apple has acquired AI startup Xnor.ai, a source familiar with the matter told VentureBeat today. Xnor focuses on the efficient deployment of AI in edge devices like smartphones, cameras, and drones. Apple reportedly paid roughly $200 million for the company, according to Geekwire. Xnor’s technology could be used to improve Apple’s deployment of AI stored locally on devices or power edge computing in Apple’s Core ML 3 toolkit for app developers. Last year, Xnor demonstrated its ...

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MICROSOFT IMPRESSES USERS WITH ITS NEW WINDOWS PACKAGE MANAGER

Theverge | May 21, 2020

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Microsoft surprised Windows users with a new package manager yesterday. Windows Package Manager aims to solve that, and it’s relatively simple to create a script to have your favorite apps installed from a command prompt.

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  • MICROSOFT’S AI RECOMMENDS LOCKDOWN STRATEGIES TO CURB CORONAVIRUS

    Venturebeat | April 06, 2020

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    A preprint paper coauthored by researchers at Microsoft, the Indian Institute of Technology, and TCS Research (the R&D division of Tata Consultancy Services) describes an AI framework designed to help cities and regions make policy decisions about lockdowns, closures, and physical distancing in response to COVID-19. They claim that because it learns policies automatically as a function of disease parameters like infectiousness, gestation period, duration of symptoms, probability of death, po...

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    UNICEF AND EPAM PARTNER TO BUILD TRUSTED ‘HEALTHBUDDY COVID-19’ INFORMATION PLATFORM

    EPAM Systems | July 09, 2020

    EPAM Systems, Inc. (NYSE: EPAM), a leading global provider of digital platform engineering and software development services, is pleased to announce it has entered into a partnership with UNICEF ECARO to build a multi-featured ‘HealthBuddy COVID-19’ information app designed to protect children, families and communities across Europe and Central Asia. Merging the common features and functions of EPAM’s COVID Resistance app with UNICEF ECARO’s interactive web-based He...

    Read More
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    APPLE ACQUIRES EDGE AI STARTUP XNOR

    VentureBeat | January 15, 2020

    Apple has acquired AI startup Xnor.ai, a source familiar with the matter told VentureBeat today. Xnor focuses on the efficient deployment of AI in edge devices like smartphones, cameras, and drones. Apple reportedly paid roughly $200 million for the company, according to Geekwire. Xnor’s technology could be used to improve Apple’s deployment of AI stored locally on devices or power edge computing in Apple’s Core ML 3 toolkit for app developers. Last year, Xnor demonstrated its ...

    Read More
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    MICROSOFT IMPRESSES USERS WITH ITS NEW WINDOWS PACKAGE MANAGER

    Theverge | May 21, 2020

    Microsoft surprised Windows users with a new package manager yesterday. Windows Package Manager aims to solve that, and it’s relatively simple to create a script to have your favorite apps installed from a command prompt.

  • Read More
  • news image

    MICROSOFT’S AI RECOMMENDS LOCKDOWN STRATEGIES TO CURB CORONAVIRUS

    Venturebeat | April 06, 2020

    A preprint paper coauthored by researchers at Microsoft, the Indian Institute of Technology, and TCS Research (the R&D division of Tata Consultancy Services) describes an AI framework designed to help cities and regions make policy decisions about lockdowns, closures, and physical distancing in response to COVID-19. They claim that because it learns policies automatically as a function of disease parameters like infectiousness, gestation period, duration of symptoms, probability of death, po...

    Read More