Day: March 16, 2023

Red Hat

How to Deploy Applications Developed on OpenShift on AWS to Edge with Ansible Automation Platform.

Push your applications from the cloud to the edge. See how Ansible Automation Platform automates the process of creating and deploying applications to the edge from Red Hat OpenShift on AWS (ROSA).

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Linux Always Finds a Way

Today Switched to Linux talks about some changes in Linux and why we do not need to worry about the changes on a regular basis.

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Data Driven

*DataPoint* Andy Back at Heathrow After SQLBits

In this Data Point, Andy records a quick data point from a much quieter place than the last time he was at Heathrow Airport.

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Big Data Data

Data Governance: The Essential Framework for Modern Business Success

As businesses continue to embrace the digital transformation, data has become a critical asset, driving insights, decision-making, and innovation. With the volume, variety, and velocity of data increasing at an unprecedented rate, the importance of data governance cannot be overstated. In this article, we will explore the concept of data governance, its growing significance, and […]

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AI Ethics Interesting

“Voices from DARPA ” Podcast, Episode 66: How to Create AI Tech We Can Trust

This podcast is from DARPAtv. Within DARPA’s Information Innovation Office, one of the research thrusts focuses on proficient artificial intelligence (AI), which the office defines as how to build AI-enabled systems that we could trust with our lives and not be foolish to do so. This episode of Voices from DARPA features an excerpt from […]

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AI Large Language Models

GPT-4 Developer Livestream

In this video is from OpenAI, Join Greg Brockman, President and Co-Founder of OpenAI, at 1 pm PT for a developer demo showcasing GPT-4 and some of its capabilities/limitations..

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Hardware Security

3 HACKING gadgets you have to TRY!!

In this video, NetworkChuck shows you how to create 3 hacking projects with a Raspberry Pi Zero W (Raspberry Pi 0 W). These projects include the P4wnP1 A.L.O.A., the pwnagotchi and Kali Linux.

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