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Artificial Solutions and Indentive sign partnership to push conversational AI

AI-specialized Artificial Solutions has signed what it calls an “strategic partnership” with Sweden-based Indentive. The new relationship between both two companies will allow Indentive to implement Artificial Solutions’ technology on enterprise conversional AI, which happens to be its main specialization. With headquarters in Linköping, Indentive...

JavaFX 11 is the first standalone release and is now available

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Java 11 is upon us, and Oracle has taken the chance to simultaneously release JavaFX 11, the newest version of the open source, next generation client application. This release is now standalone, which means that the JavaFX modules will be delivered separately from the...

API platform Kong launches 1.0 version

Microservice Abstraction Layer Kong has launched its 1.0 version to meet user demand. The company announced the news while also revelaing that its platform has been downloaded over 45 million times and is being used by some of the largest entities in the world,...

How Atlassian plans to manage your service crisis

It’s easy to forget how many aspects of our lives are dominated by digital services today. It’s also easy to dismiss how affected we would be if any of those services went down. Is a certain chat application not functioning today? Boom, half of...

The future of blockchain: succeeding where the internet didn’t

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We now live in a blockchain world. A world where just uttering that word raises a few heads. Where complete events and conferences have risen out of nowhere in almost every corner of the world to celebrate the technology. A world where the general...

Is this serverless’ time to shine?

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Serverless computing is still continuing to grow. Though that’s indisputable, it’s also not the whole picture. How is the tech exactly doing these days? Is this serverless’ time to shine? Senior engineer at IBM, Bradley Holt, seems to think so. According to him, serverless is...

What is Kotlin, and why it might be the future of Android

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On May 17, 2017, Google stood up in its yearly I/O conference and made a very interesting announcement: Android would now support Kotlin at a first-class level. This was huge news not only for Android developers, but for the team behind what was, and...

The challenges of Android development

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Android is the biggest mobile platform in the world, and its Google Play store is filled with countless apps for us to download and use. Behind that market there’s an incredibly immense world of development, with its own way of operating and working differently from other...

BMAT: Keep learning deep learning

For Barcelona-based company BMAT, it’s important for artists to get the benefits they deserve. In this official post we learn a bit from the company's technology behind music recognition by using deep learning. Read: Behind BMAT's mission to make a more just music industry You never...

Nerea Luis: shaping artificial intelligence for robots

Nerea Luis is a Madrid-based computer scientist specialized in robotics. She not only works on artificial intelligence, but is also a seasoned speaker and founder of one of the biggest technology events in the city organized by students. We had the chance to ask...

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