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Valkey is a high-performance data structure server that primarily serves key/value workloads. It is an open-source fork of the popular Redis data store. The project started as Redis Labs, the company behind the original Redis codebase, changed Redis to more restrictive licensing.

Query optimization in relational database management systems (DBMSs) is critical for fast query processing. The query optimizer relies on precise selectivity and cost estimates to effectively optimize queries prior to execution. While this strategy is effective for relational DBMSs, it is not sufficient for DBMSs tailored for processing machine learning (ML) queries. In ML-centric DBMSs, query optimization is challenging for two reasons.

In the pre-LLM era, whenever someone open-sourced any high-utility model for public use, in most cases, practitioners would fine-tune that model to their specific task.

For those beginning their journey in Python or looking to expand their toolkit, here's a concise guide to the Python libraries that will streamline your data science projects:

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ElevenLabs and Rabbit announced their partnership. The goal is to integrate ElevenLabs’ tech into the upcoming Rabbit r1 device.

Amazon is gearing up for a massive expansion in the realm of digital infrastructure, earmarking an unprecedented $150 billion over the next 15 years for the development of data centers. This strategic move is primarily aimed at bolstering its capabilities to support the burgeoning demand for AI applications and various digital services.

AI21 Labs just introduced Jamba, an open-source AI model that merges the Mamba Structured State Space (SSM) architecture with components of traditional transformer architecture, creating a powerful hybrid system.

xAI just announced Grok-1.5, the latest iteration of its open-source large language model, boasting improved reasoning capabilities and a massive 128,000 token context length.

Google has initiated a $20M accelerator program to support nonprofits using generative AI, starting with 21 organizations, including Quill and the World Bank.

The BBC is exploring the sale of its content archive to technology companies for AI training data, seeking new revenue streams (A move that mirrors the trend in media, where archives are utilized to develop and enhance AI models, think LeMond to OpenAI).

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A properly normalized database can wind up with a lot of small tables connected by a complex network of foreign key references. Like a real-world city, it's pretty easy to find your way around once you're familiar, but when you first arrive it really helps to have a map.

Spice (GitHub Repo)

Spice is a runtime that makes querying data by SQL across one or more data sources simple and fast. It provides developers with a unified SQL query interface that can locally materialize, accelerate, and query data tables sourced from any database, data warehouse, or data lake

ingestr (GitHub Repo)

ingestr is a command-line tool that can copy data between databases with a single command. It can copy data from any source to any destination without any code.

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