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Software by Design helps companies understand and leverage technology to communicate business information that answer questions like: Do our key decision makers have access to all the information they need? We have partnered with companies like IBM, SAP & MicroStrategy and are fully licensed to resell as well as customize their products to meet our clients’ business needs. We also have a library of turn-key solutions that address industry needs in the financial services and insurance verticals.

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IBM RELEASES ANNOTATION TOOL THAT TAPS AI TO LABEL IMAGES

VentureBeat | January 30, 2020

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Data labeling is an arduous — if necessary — part of the AI model training process. Currently, it takes around 200-500 samples of annotated images for a model to learn to detect a single object. Fortunately, freely available tools help automate the most monotonous sub-tasks, and IBM has recently published a new one on GitHub. It’s part of the company’s Cloud Annotations project, which seeks to develop easy and collaborative open source image annotation tools for teams and...

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MICROSOFT COMPLETES ACQUISITION OF ADRM SOFTWARE, BEEFS UP AZURE WITH INDUSTRY DATA MODELS

Venturebeat | June 19, 2020

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Microsoft today announced it has acquired ADRM Software, which provides large-scale industry data models companies use as “information blueprints. For each organization, the company creates an enterprise data model containing a subset of entities from...

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AN INSIDERS LOOK AT GOOGLES WEB FRAMEWORK CONTRIBUTIONS TO NEXT.JS AND MORE

Tech Republic | February 01, 2020

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The web has been kind to Google, in part because Google has worked hard to be kind to the web. Oh, sure, there's self-interest in that kindness (those ads aren't going to post themselves), but over the years Google has invested heavily in making it easier to build applications for the web, while also building a web browser many use to access those applications (Google Chrome). In a conversation with Nicole Sullivan, a product manager for Google Chrome, she walked me through one of the ke...

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GOOGLE SAVED YOUTUBE, SO BIG TECH ISN’T ALWAYS HARMFUL TO START-UPS, ARGUES TOP SILICON VALLEY INVESTOR

CNBC | February 12, 2020

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Sequoia partner Michael Moritz defended Google’s 2006 acquisition of YouTube, saying it “saved” the video service in the $1.65 billion deal, as it was being ravaged by copyright threats over unlicensed music that users were posting. “The killing fields at YouTube, it certainly wasn’t Google. The killing fields were called Universal, Warner, Sony with their battalions and phalanxes of lawyers, their ferocious attack dog agents, who were making these extraordinary thr...

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IBM RELEASES ANNOTATION TOOL THAT TAPS AI TO LABEL IMAGES

VentureBeat | January 30, 2020

Data labeling is an arduous — if necessary — part of the AI model training process. Currently, it takes around 200-500 samples of annotated images for a model to learn to detect a single object. Fortunately, freely available tools help automate the most monotonous sub-tasks, and IBM has recently published a new one on GitHub. It’s part of the company’s Cloud Annotations project, which seeks to develop easy and collaborative open source image annotation tools for teams and...

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MICROSOFT COMPLETES ACQUISITION OF ADRM SOFTWARE, BEEFS UP AZURE WITH INDUSTRY DATA MODELS

Venturebeat | June 19, 2020

Microsoft today announced it has acquired ADRM Software, which provides large-scale industry data models companies use as “information blueprints. For each organization, the company creates an enterprise data model containing a subset of entities from...

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AN INSIDERS LOOK AT GOOGLES WEB FRAMEWORK CONTRIBUTIONS TO NEXT.JS AND MORE

Tech Republic | February 01, 2020

The web has been kind to Google, in part because Google has worked hard to be kind to the web. Oh, sure, there's self-interest in that kindness (those ads aren't going to post themselves), but over the years Google has invested heavily in making it easier to build applications for the web, while also building a web browser many use to access those applications (Google Chrome). In a conversation with Nicole Sullivan, a product manager for Google Chrome, she walked me through one of the ke...

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GOOGLE SAVED YOUTUBE, SO BIG TECH ISN’T ALWAYS HARMFUL TO START-UPS, ARGUES TOP SILICON VALLEY INVESTOR

CNBC | February 12, 2020

Sequoia partner Michael Moritz defended Google’s 2006 acquisition of YouTube, saying it “saved” the video service in the $1.65 billion deal, as it was being ravaged by copyright threats over unlicensed music that users were posting. “The killing fields at YouTube, it certainly wasn’t Google. The killing fields were called Universal, Warner, Sony with their battalions and phalanxes of lawyers, their ferocious attack dog agents, who were making these extraordinary thr...

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