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We get a long look at bad guy Alexandra, a new character invented just for this series.
Apple could "procure and produce" as many as 10 new shows next year.
Rhimes leaves ABC Studios after 15 years to make new content for Netflix.
Netflix and Disney are still having "active discussions."
Yoursquo;ve probably encountered the term “machine learningrdquo; more than a few times lately. Often used interchangeably with artificial intelligence, machine learning is in fact a subset of AI, both of which can trace their roots to MIT in the late 1950s.Machine learning is something you probably encounter every day, whether you know it or not.

The Siri and Alexa voice assistants, Facebookrsquo;s and Microsoftrsquo;s facial recognition, Amazon and Netflix recommendations, the technology that keeps self-driving cars from crashing into things – all are a result of advances in machine learning.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Curiously, the announcement doesnrsquo;t mention superheroes or galaxies far, far away.
Attackers can look legit while hitting APIs that make the most work for an app Netflix has identified denial of service threat to microservices architectures that it's labelled “application DDoSrdquo;.…
Attackers can look legit while hitting APIs that make the most work for an app Netflix has identified denial of service threat to microservices architectures that it's labelled “application DDOSrdquo;.…
No one doubts that software engineering shapes every last facet of our 21st century existence.

Given his vested interest in companies whose fortunes were built on software engineering, it was no surprise when Marc Andreessen declared that “software is eating the world.”But what does that actually mean, and, just as important, does it still apply, if it ever did? These questions came to me recently when I reread Andreessenrsquo;s op-ed piece and noticed that he equated “softwarerdquo; with “programming.” Just as significant, he equated “eatingrdquo; with industry takeovers by “Silicon Valley-style entrepreneurial technology companiesrdquo; and then rattled through the usual honor roll of Amazon, Netflix, Apple, Google, and the like. What they, and others cited by Andreessen, have in common is that they built global-scale business models on the backs of programmers who bang out the code that drives web, mobile, social, cloud, and other 24/7 online channels.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
FCC has no comment on petition to investigate Verizon slowing video to 10Mbps.
PHP has been a staple of server-side web development for years. Now, a developer from Netflix is building a variation on the language that offers “the good partsrdquo; while purporting to be easier to use and more secure.Called OWL, for OWL Web Language, the language features a JavaScript-like syntax and compiles to PHP.
In a beta stage of development, OWL is best suited for single-server applications and is not intended to displace PHP. “Itrsquo;s more of a new, secure interface on top of the same engine underneath,” developer Joe Lesko said. “But I could see more developers choosing OWL over raw PHP over time, especially for single-developer projects.” Ideas in OWL might even become incorporated into PHP, he said. Lesko has published instructions on getting started with OWL.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Disenchantment series will bring back tons of Futurama voice actors, staffers in 2018.