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Data Mined for Love Connection

Sep 7, 2010 |

Clues left on social media sites help singles find love.

Startup Aims to Transform Computing with Probability Processing

Aug 16, 2010 |

MIT spin-out Lyric Semiconductor Inc. has launched a new breed of integrated circuits that replaces the binary logic of traditional computing with probabilistic logic. The aim is to deliver a much more efficient architecture for applications based on probability computing. For these types of workloads, the company is promising orders-of-magnitude improvement in energy efficiency, performance and cost.

Revolution Analytics Lifts R Language into Terascale Computing

Aug 4, 2010 |

R language booster Revolution Analytics is going after the predictive analytics crowd with its latest Revolution R Enterprise software platform. The company announced this week it will be introducing a package called RevoScaleR to bring the R language into the world of “Big Data,” enabling analytics applications to turbo-charge their performance and scale terabyte-sized mountains of data.

Expert Analysis: You Can Predict That R Will Succeed

Mar 3, 2010 |

REvolution Computing may do for R what RedHat did for Linux.

IBM’s Jeopardy-Playing Machine Can Now Beat Human Contestants

Feb 11, 2010 |

‘Watson’ super being readied for public challenge.