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  1. TeraDeep wants to bring deep learning to your dumb devicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2015 | GigaOM

    Open the closet of any gadget geek or computer nerd, and you're likely to find a lot of skeletons. Stacked deep in a cardboard box or Tupperware tub, there they are: The remains of webcams, routers, phones and other devices deemed too obsolete to keep using and left to rot, metaphorically speaking, until they eventually find their way to a Best Buy recycling bin.

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  2. Startup uses database tech from the NSA and Facebook to detect fraudstersRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2014 | GigaOM

    A startup called Argyle Data has released its fraud detection software that's built on the NSA-created Accumulo database and Facebook-created Presto SQL query engine, both of which have been proved to work with petabytes of data stored in Hadoop. A San Mateo, California, startup called Argyle Data released its flagship anti-fraud software on Thursday, claiming it's built from the same technologies that let organizations such as Facebook and the National Security Agency analyze their many petabytes of data.

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  3. With $26M, Snowflake Computing is hoping its take on data warehousing will hit the mainstreamRead the original story

    Oct 21, 2014 | GigaOM

    Instead of basing its technology on existing open source databases, Snowflake decided to create its own homegrown SQL relational database that can analyze both transactional data and machine data Snowflake Computing , a big data startup whose CEO Bob Muglia was a former Microsoft executive, plans to announce on Tuesday that it's coming out of stealth and has taken in a funding round of $26 million, which makes for total investment of around $50 million. The San Mateo, California-based startup wants to make a name for itself in the data warehousing space where legacy titans like Oracle operate alongside Hadoop-powered upstarts like Teradata .

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  4. With $26M, Snowflake Computing is hoping its take on data warehousing will hit the mainstreamRead the original story

    Oct 21, 2014 | GigaOM

    Instead of basing its technology on existing open source databases, Snowflake decided to create its own homegrown SQL relational database that can analyze both transactional data and machine data Snowflake Computing , a big data startup whose CEO Bob Muglia was a former Microsoft executive, plans to announce on Tuesday that it's coming out of stealth and has taken in a funding round of $26 million, which makes for total investment of around $50 million. The San Mateo, California-based startup wants to make a name for itself in the data warehousing space where legacy titans like Oracle operate alongside Hadoop-powered upstarts like Teradata .

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  5. Lumiata raises another $6M to make hospitals smarter with machine learningRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 11, 2014 | GigaOM

    A machine-learning-based health care startup called Lumiata has added $6 million to its series A round, first announced in January, bringing its total raise so far to $10 million. The company analyzes everything from medical papers to EKG readings to help predict each patients health.

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