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MemSQL Releases New Book on Data Warehousing and Artificial Intelligence

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “MemSQL, provider of the fastest real-time data warehouse, today announced the release of an O’Reilly Media, Inc. book titled, Data Warehousing in the Age of Artificial Intelligence. The book covers how modern data warehouses are supporting machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI). According to IDC, AI spending will grow 54.4 percent over the next three years, reaching $47 billion by 20201. Applications might rule the world, but data is what fuels them. Nearly 7,000 new mobile applications are created every day, helping drive the world’s data growth and thirst for more efficient analysis techniques, such as ML and AI. In order to maximize the output from these modern techniques, companies first need a suitable data warehouse to store their data.”

The release goes on, “This book spans topics from the changing data warehouse landscape to real-time machine learning use cases. Chapters include: The Role of a Modern Data Warehouse in the Age of AI; Framing Data Processing with ML and AI; Building the Ideal Stack for Machine Learning; The Future of Data Processing for Artificial Intelligence. Data Warehousing in the Age of Artificial Intelligence builds on the previous MemSQL O’Reilly books, including The Path to Predictive Analytics and Machine Learning and Building Real-Time Data Pipelines: Unifying Applications and Analytics with In-Memory Architectures. Download the complimentary ebook and read more about it on our blog.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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