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Kinetica, the in-memory GPU-accelerated database, is adding user-defined functions (UDFs) to contribute to more sophisticated analytic workloads. Eric Mizell, Kinetica's global solution engineering veep, told The Register that the company was keen to discourage the idea of “data science as a black box”. Although Kinetica …

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“People are calling for [Donald Trump] to stop tweeting,”

“We can do some interesting things with advanced analytics; " but even we can't make alternativefacts into actual facts.

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Some markets are impossible to make and penetrate.

If it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it's a duck. Ditto vapour firmware.

J'accuse, Kinetica.

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