Data Science News Daily Roundup – 12th March 2018

Pydbgen lightweight Python library, Crypto-ML launches machine as a service, and more in today’s top stories around machine learning, deep learning, and data science news.

Top Data science News Stories of the Day

  1. FAE (Fast Adaptation Engine): iOlite’s tool to write Smart Contracts using machine translation

  2. Crypto-ML, a machine learning powered cryptocurrency platform


Other Data Science News at a Glance

  1. Big data market to hit $103B by 2027; services are key, say analysts.

     Read more on SiliconAngle.

2. InfoSum Ltd., a British analytics startup launched a new platform, which enables companies to complete      the work in as little as a few minutes by automating key steps.

    Read more on SiliconAngle.

3. Introducing Pydbgen, a lightweight Python library. It generates random useful entries (e.g. name,                  address, credit card number, etc.) and saves them in either Pandas dataframe object, or as a SQLite table in        a database file, or in a MS Excel file.

    Read more on Medium.

4. MyRocks Storage Engine in MariaDB is Now a Release Candidate with the release of MariaDB Server        10.3.5 (RC) last week. The MyRocks storage engine was introduced in MariaDB Server 10.2 as an alpha               plugin. Note that the maturity of plugins is separate from the database.

     Read more on MariaDB Blog.



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