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"I'm trying to go down a bottomless pit. I'll never make it till the end." That's what I thought when I tried to create my own video game. I was young, beautiful, and I was struggling to use for loops and arrays at the same time. There was so much to learn! Fortunately, I found the strength to continue. More and more, the concepts behind programming began to make sense. Going through a book about C and trying to create my own adventure on MS-DOS was a crazy Indiana Jone's-like discovery I'll never forget. My first video game wasn't great, but it was mine. Yet, what I remember today, with a tear in my left eye, is not the result, but the learning process itself. It was these "Aha!" moments which brought me the most joy! That's why I tried, through the years, to make my learning gradually more effective and efficient.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia spent around $750 million and 5 years of work to convert its platform from COBOL to Java. Migrating an existing codebase to a modern or more efficient language like Java or C requires expertise in both the source and target languages, and is often costly. Usually, a transcompiler is deployed that converts source code from a high-level programming language (such as C or Python) to another. Transcompilers are primarily used for interoperability, and to port codebases written in an obsolete or deprecated language (e.g. They typically rely on handcrafted rewrite rules, applied to the source code abstract syntax tree.
The Open Invention Network (OIN) is the largest patent non-aggression community in history. Its chief job is protecting Linux and open-source friendly companies from patent attacks. Now, Baidu, the largest Chinese language search engine and one of the world's leading artificial intelligence (AI) firms in the world, has joined OIN. This move makes perfect sense AI is almost entirely driven by open-source programs such as TensorFlow, Keras, and Theano. So, even before this intellectual property law move, Baidu has been an active, global open-source AI supporter.
With the development of technology, comes a passing of the torch for programming languages. With historic ties back to Ada Lovelace in 1842, programming has become an essential tool for development in tech, from hand-written assembly language programmes in the 40s to the incredibly developed available today. Gone are the days of Fortran, COBOL, Algol and APL, replaced with many of those listed below. As somewhat of a directory, we have collated the most'in demand' languages in 2020 as well as their difficulty and links to free resources to start your learning journey. Python is an interpreted, object-oriented, high-level programming language with dynamic semantics.
The authors of the Harrisburg University study make explicit their desire to provide "a significant advantage for law enforcement agencies and other intelligence agencies to prevent crime" as a co-author and former NYPD police officer outlined in the original press release. At a time when the legitimacy of the carceral state, and policing in particular, is being challenged on fundamental grounds in the United States, there is high demand in law enforcement for research of this nature, research which erases historical violence and manufactures fear through the so-called prediction of criminality. Publishers and funding agencies serve a crucial role in feeding this ravenous maw by providing platforms and incentives for such research. The circulation of this work by a major publisher like Springer would represent a significant step towards the legitimation and application of repeatedly debunked, socially harmful research in the real world. To reiterate our demands, the review committee must publicly rescind the offer for publication of this specific study, along with an explanation of the criteria used to evaluate it. Springer must issue a statement condemning the use of criminal justice statistics to predict criminality and acknowledging their role in incentivizing such harmful scholarship in the past. Finally, all publishers must refrain from publishing similar studies in the future.
MLflow, the open source machine learning operations (MLOps) platform created by Databricks, is becoming a Linux Foundation project. The move was announced by Matei Zaharia, co-founder of Databricks, and creator of both MLflow and Apache Spark, at the company's Spark AI Summit virtual event today. In a pre-briefing with ZDNet earlier in the week, Zaharia provided an update on MLflow's momentum, details on the new features and reasoning for moving management of the open source project from Databricks to the Linux Foundation. Momentum-wise, Zaharia said MLflow has been experiencing a 4x year-over-year growth rate. On the Databricks platform alone (including both the Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure offerings of the service), Zaharia said the more than 1M experiment runs are run on MLflow, and more than 100,000 ML models are added to its model registry, *each week*.