GaianDB ET innovation is core component in upcoming IBM Beta Product

Gaian Database – also known as GaianDB – originated in 2006 from a patented idea in IBM Hursley Emerging Technology Services (ETS) that defines a connection strategy for building a scale-free network. This became a reality in 2007 when GaianDB design and development started, funded jointly by MoD/DoD under the International Technology Alliance (ITA) fundamental research programme, and there have […]

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The case for machine learning in network security analysis

Security tends to scale badly with complexity. As information, applications and systems become more sophisticated so to do the challenges faced in assuring Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability. The role of machine assistance is emerging as one of the most important areas in data science, much of which is underpinned by techniques from machine learning and statistics. Using these techniques we […]

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Visualization libraries optimization developing rich dashboards

As you are going through the last analytic mile in your project to visualize and expose powerful insights to Line of Business users, you will undoubtedly need to leverage visualization libraries to display consumable and rich metrics, allowing your users to make the right decision, at the right time, within context. As it is often said, a picture is worth […]

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Native Python access to IPFS in Jupyter Notebooks

  In a previous post, we discussed using the new InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) protocol as a way to load data into Jupyter Notebooks. After experimenting with our previous example code for using IPFS, we decided that using IPFS would be more organic in a Notebook if you could use it from Python as a native library. The jStart team […]

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