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Oliver Schmidt will be sentenced in Detroit in December.
“We on some Bonnie Clyde shit I couldnrsquo;t have choose a Better partner crime lol.”
The electric racing series has a new home in the US, and it put on a fine show.
Two active tropical storms at the same time in June? Happened just three times.
NOAA could become a second- or third-tier weather forecasting enterprise.
Visually stunning but wholly underwhelming, Tokyo 42 fails to exploit its inventive premise.
This week, a judge considers possible jail for alleged extortionists who pled the Fifth.
My tough life required me to fly to Miami and attend ApacheCon.
I happened across a talk by Trevor Grant, an open source technical evangelist for the financial services sector, on Mahout.
I thought, “Wait, isnrsquo;t Mahout dead?” Apparently not.
In fact, Mahout is very much alive, nothing like what you once knew of it, and now running on GPUs.Mahout was the original machine learning framework for Hadoop. When MapReduce was the thing, Mahout was the vaunted elephant rider.

But then, as Grant recalls, “Mahout 0.09 released and all the Hadoop vendors froze at 0.09+.
It was 0.09 with some bug patches. No one ever bumped up to 0.10.”[ Roundup: TensorFlow, Spark MLlib, Scikit-learn, MXNet, Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit, and Caffe machine learning and deep learning frameworks. | Get a digest of the dayrsquo;s top tech stories in the InfoWorld Daily newsletter. ]Nonetheless, the Mahout project is still active. “A lot of the projects have people paid to work on them, but Mahout doesnrsquo;t. Wersquo;re like a bunch of gypsies that wander around in companies like the MapReduces of the world,” Grant says. “All the Mahout and former Mahout people are in very, very high places in Fortune 500 companies or CTOs of startups, but we donrsquo;t have a company of our own. Lucidworks is the closest thing.
I didnrsquo;t realize but there are a lot of Mahout committers and PMCs [project management committees] kind of lurking about at Lucidworks.” (Full disclosure: I didnrsquo;t realize this either, even though I work for Lucidworks. —AO.)To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
"For me, this is like turning over a key to a safety box."
Does the Fifth Amendment mean you don't have to hand over your password?
Mike Mimoso, Tom Spring, and Chris Brook recap Infiltrate Con in Miami last week, and Kaspersky Lab's Security Analyst Summit in St. Maarten
Oceans in the northern hemisphere are supposed to still be cold from the winter