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With AIoT Booming, Is the End of the Cloud Near?

Feb 15, 2022

Guest Author: Arijit Das, 15-year-old from India, Ambassador at Edge Impulse, Co-Organizer for tinyML India. The rise of IoT and AI In this age of our technology-driven world wherein every single segment of our life depends on cutting-edge innovation, there is estimated to be more than 21.5 billion IoT devices…

LF AI DataOps Committee Open Lineage and Egeria session

Feb 8, 2022

Guest Authors: David Radley – Egeria committer employed by IBM, and Saishruthi Swaminathan DataOps is about the people, processes, and technologies used to operationalize data management. During a meeting on Thursday, February 10th, 2022, at 7:00am PST, the DataOps Committee will demonstrate how using two LF for AI and Data…

Please Join Us for the Next Egeria Webinar: Using an Integration Connector

Feb 2, 2022

Guest Author: David Radley Update your calendars! The popular monthly Egeria Webinar program is here: https://wiki.live-lfprojects3.linuxfoundation.org/display/EG/Egeria+Webinar+program. The next session is on the 7th of February 2022 at 15:00 UTC and will describe how to use an Egeria Integration connector. Mandy Chessell will present this webinar. Egeria provides a way for…

OpenBytes Joins LF AI & Data as New Sandbox Project

Jan 31, 2022

LF AI & Data Foundation—the organization building an ecosystem to sustain open source innovation in artificial intelligence (AI) and data open source projects, today is announcing OpenBytes as its latest Sandbox Project. Released and open sourced by Graviti, OpenBytes aims to facilitate wider sharing of, and collaboration with, data in…

The Role of Open Source for Accountable AI

Jan 26, 2022

Guest Author: Adrian Gonzalez Sanchez, Head of AI Customer Success at Peritus.ai - CNCF End user in Canada, Member at OdiseIA Spanish Observatory of Social and Ethical Impact of AI, and AI lecturer at HEC Montréal The Evolution of AI Governance In the age of modern AI and wide company…

LF AI & Data Foundation Announces Graduation of Flyte Project

Jan 20, 2022

The LF AI & Data Foundation, the organization building an ecosystem to sustain open source innovation in artificial intelligence (AI) and data open source projects, is announcing today that hosted project Flyte is advancing from an Incubation level project to a Graduate level. This graduation is the result of Flyte…

Kedro Joins LF AI & Data as New Incubation Project

Jan 20, 2022

LF AI & Data Foundation—the organization building an ecosystem to sustain open-source innovation in artificial intelligence (AI) and data open source projects, today is announcing Kedro, an open-source Python framework for creating reproducible, maintainable and modular data science code created by QuantumBlack, a McKinsey company, as its latest Incubation Project. …

Egeria Dojo Days

Jan 12, 2022

Guest Author: David Radley Egeria Dojos are online tutorials, which guide a user through hands-on activities showcasing the value and capability of using Egeria.  There is an introduction Dojo that leads you through how to setup Egeria and how to use some basic capabilities. There are then other Dojos that…

New LF AI & Data Members Welcome – Q3 & Q4 2021

Dec 16, 2021

As 2021 comes to an end, we are glad to welcome two new members to the LF AI & Data Foundation. Graviti Technologies has joined as a General member and QuantUniversity as an Associate member.  The LF AI & Data Foundation builds and supports an open community and a growing…

Please Join Us for the Next Egeria Webinar: What Next After You Have Built a Catalog – Part 1

Nov 30, 2021

Guest Author: Mandy Chessell Update your calendars! The popular monthly Egeria Webinar program is here: https://wiki.live-lfprojects3.linuxfoundation.org/display/EG/Egeria+Webinar+program. The next session is on the 6th of December 2021 at 15:00 UTC and will describe the next steps you can take after you have basic cataloguing in place. This session will use a…