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Dec 4 2017   9:15AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (11/27 – 12/4)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

Artificial intelligence
Deep learning
Human Resources

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What do the Oracle AI moves mean for the vendor and its customers? Find out what one expert thinks in this week’s roundup.

1. Taking stock of Oracle AI application and database moves – David Essex (SearchERP)

Holger Mueller of Constellation Research gives his take on Oracle AI developments, including the Autonomous Database, and explains why the new recruiting module in Oracle HCM Cloud is a big deal.

2. Radiology AI and deep learning take over RSNA 2017 – Shaun Sutner (SearchHealthIT)

AI and deep learning applications were superhot at RSNA 2017, as value-based medical imaging and PACS and VNA systems remained the top topics for imaging professionals.

3. Tintri storage solves healthcare firm’s primary and DR needs – Sonia Lelii (SearchDisasterRecovery)

Cross Country Healthcare standardized its production and data protection storage on Tintri and now it has 400 VMs working through the flash platform. Next up, a cloud setup.

4. AU combines talent analytics with HR management – Patrick Thibodeau (SearchHRSoftware)

People analytics can involve quantitative analysis. This is a specialized skill set that universities have been rushing to fill through master’s degree programs in analytics.

5. NSA data leak exposed Army INSCOM project information – Michael Heller (SearchSecurity)

Yet another publicly accessible cloud storage bucket exposed government data; this time it was an NSA data leak which included information on an Army intelligence project.

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