Introduction In this series, we will try to inform more on our view on a few business continuity topics – mainly backup, high-availability (HA), and disaster recovery (DR) as used in the relation to Power-based AIX environments. The series will include a few articles focused on these topics and describing some of the typical problems […]
Linux on Power and L3C As one of IBM’s Power Cloud partners, we have been always on the road of considering how IBM Power technology fits into the customer’s every-day life. The most obvious application of the technology of course is enabling customers, who have critical workloads on AIX operating systems usually focused on large […]
Most of you now on NVIDIA’s latest development direction – the so called RAPIDS libraries, targeted at accelerating the workflow of data scientists. NVIDIA aims to reach the three main phases of this workflow – data preparation, model training and data visualization. At the current point a large number of these operations for data scientists […]
IBM launched the latest version of its PowerAI Vision product on 15.03.2019. As most of you know, PowerAI Vision is an advanced environment to label data sets for AI models. Mainly based on IBM internal researches and built upon a number of open-source frameworks, the product is a full-blown Kubernetes implementation. Every new model trained […]
L3C were invited to speak at the healthcare strategy forum de-mystifying AI and sharing examples of how to get started and real projects in operation. Many thanks to the organisers, the other presenters and the discussions we had with the attendees for making it a highly informative event.
14 March 2019 | London, UK L3C welcomed an invited audience of 75 guests to the Royal Society of Medicine to discuss the latest AI developments in healthcare. Many thanks to all the contributors including Dr Indra Joshi for sharing the NHS perspective while IBM, Deloitte and NVIDIA all demonstrated how they are rising to […]