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Key aspects in the fight against bias

The fight against AI bias

#AI

The rapid growth of AI also means that technology is making more and more decisions without us questioning them. Whether it is loan approvals, job recruiting or facial recognition, companies now more than ever need to make sure their AI applications do not discriminate against humans. To minimize the risk of AI bias – the unintended distortion of decisions by artificial intelligence – developers must keep a number of things in mind.

How to configure your new schema with Reschema

Schema Performance Tuning in MongoDB

This article by Ricardo Pires, Senior Software Engineer at 3T Software Labs, looks at how to easily make MongoDB schema changes using a tool called Reschema in Studio 3T. Learn what to consider before undertaking a schema change and best practices for using Reschema.

Popular tools, tech and more

The state of Java software development in 2021

The recent results from the 9th annual global developer productivity report gives us insights to the current state of Java in 2021. Over 850 Java developers responded to questions about their experiences, preferred tools and technologies, and what issues they currently face.

Modernization lessons

Out with the Old…In with Application Modernization

What should you take into consideration when modernizing legacy applications? Is it always practical to toss out the old and roll in the new? Vodafone has learned a number of lessons about modernization, including putting the customer at the center of all efforts for the best outcome.

How do you kill the ZOMBIE process?

What are the process states in Unix/Linux?

In this article, learn about the following process states in Unix/Linux: RUNNING & RUNNABLE, INTERRRUPTABLE_SLEEP, UNINTERRRUPTABLE_SLEEP, STOPPED, and ZOMBIE. Find out how to find them, how to kill the SLEEPING process, the ZOMBIE process, and more.

A look at benefits and more

Introduction to NoSQL

The term NoSQL was originally intended to describe databases that do not use Structured Query Language. However, that term has evolved since its first use back in the 90s. In this article, Alex Williams explores key benefits of NoSQL databases and when to use them.

Exploring key requirements

The four key requirements for building cloud-native apps

“Cloud-native” apps are designed to take advantage of a distributed systems environment, increasing the applications’ performance, scalability and fault tolerance. In this article, Erica Langhi will share insight into the key requirements for making your app development approach fully “cloud-native”.