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Light Reading: Acumos AI Project Adds Smarts With Boreas

By June 24, 2019No Comments

The Linux Foundation’s Artificial Intelligence Foundation (AIF) has announced the availability of the second release of Acumos AI, its open source platform for building, sharing and deploying artificial intelligence models. I’ve been following the Acumos project since its inception and wrote about the initial release, Athena, last November. Now, seven months later, some notable progress has been made. (See The Acumos AI Project Is On Track but Lacking ‘Apps’.)

This latest release, dubbed Boreas (in keeping with the Greek god theme), has two new key capabilities which should make the project more attractive to developers. As flagged by Orange executives in April, the latest release adds a licensing framework which facilitates the commercialization of AI models, and it integrates model training capabilities.

Read more at Light Reading.


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