Archive for February 19th, 2017

Open source news roundup for February 5-18, 2017

Sunday, February 19th, 2017:

In this edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at Yahoo releasing software for deep learning, the Linux Foundation picking up RethinkDB, and more. Open source news roundup for February 5-18, 2017 Yahoo open sources TensorFlowSpark for deep learning with big data In the latest of a long parade of releases from tech giants, Yahoo! announced that it’s open sourcing TensorFlowOnSpark, software that makes Google’s “TensorFlow open source framework for deep learning compatible with [Yahoo!’s] data sets that sit inside Spark clusters.” Using TensorFlowOnSpark will enable developers to create deep learning models that run on large […] Read More →

With Coverage in Peril and Obama Gone, Health Law’s Critics Go Quiet

Sunday, February 19th, 2017:

Since Mr. Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law, about 20 million Americans have gained insurance because of it. And millions more who had pre-existing health conditions have been able to obtain coverage under the law. At the same time, many Americans have seen their premiums rise or their choices of insurance carriers dwindle. Continue reading the main story But it was not until now, with the Republicans taking control of the federal government, that the debate fully shifted from the theoretical to the tangible. It was easy for conservatives to rally against a law identified with a president […] Read More →

Youth filmmaking team captures meaning of creativity | Latest Updates

Sunday, February 19th, 2017:

To many students, Saturdays are reserved for sleeping in and ignoring homework. But for one group of kids it’s spent in a conference room, laying the groundwork for a new venture. Independent Film Works LTD is a local film company made solely of kids aged 10 to 14 who plan, write and create their own films. The company is comprised of seven students — Hunter Seachrist, Theo Lovinski, Adam Khan, Andrew Nguyen, Finley Clapper, Raina Gmerek and Collin McCann — all currently enrolled in either elementary or middle school. Their leader, Chip Hawks, is a gifted intervention specialist for the […] Read More →

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