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Google’s AirTable Rival, Tables, Graduates From Beta

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Last fall, Google's in-house incubator Area 120 introduced a new work-tracking tool called Tables, an AirTable rival that allows for tracking projects more efficiently using automation. Today, Google says Tables will officially "graduate" from Area 120 to become an official Google product by joining Google Cloud, which it expects to complete in the next year. From a report: The Tables project was started by long-time Google employee, now Tables' GM Tim Gleason, who spent 10 years at the company and many more before that in the tech industry.

Google’s AirTable rival, Tables, graduates from beta test to become a Google Cloud product

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Last fall, Google’s in-house incubator Area 120 introduced a new work-tracking tool called Tables, an AirTable rival that allows for tracking projects more efficiently using automation. Today, Google says Tables will officially “graduate” from Area 120 to become an official Google product by joining Google Cloud, which it expects to complete in the next year. The Tables project was started by long-time Google employee, now Tables’ GM Tim Gleason, who spent 10 years at the company and many more before that in the tech industry.

Enterprise AI platform Dataiku launches managed service for smaller companies

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Dataiku is going downstream with a new product today called Dataiku Online. As the name suggests, Dataiku Online is a fully managed version of Dataiku. It lets you take advantage of the data science platform without going through a complicated setup process that involves a system administrator and your own infrastructure. If you’re not familiar with Dataiku, the platform lets you turn raw data into advanced analytics, run some data visualization tasks, create data-backed dashboards and train machine learning models.

33 high-paying jobs for people who don’t like stress

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Biomedical engineers are well-compensated while tending to work in low-stress environments. Tom Robertson/Getty Images There are many jobs that are both well-paid and offer a relaxing work environment. We looked at jobs that pay at least $75,000 annually and that have a relatively low-stress work situation. Here are those jobs ranked from most to least stressful, and by average annual wages in the case of a tie.

Improve Your Business Intelligence by Mastering Microsoft SQL Server

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This $30 bundle can help you work with data like a pro.

Blue passports, French service provider: Atos bags £21m UK Passport Office deal

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Plus ça change The UK's Passport Office has awarded a £21m contract to Atos IT Services purportedly for business intelligence and infrastructure.…

Snowflake agrees it’s good to share… on its platform, while Databricks opts for a more vendor-neutral approach

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Enterprise newcomer has its work cut out in the data marketplace field Among the blizzard of new language support for Snowflake's data warehouse this week was a plan to beef up its data marketplace, which promises users somewhere to buy, sell, and otherwise share data on the platform. The problem is that it is far from the only game in town.…

Scale to launch a mapping product to address the changing needs of its autonomous driving customers

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Solving the varied challenges that arise in autonomous driving is an incredibly complex task, but even attempting to get started means ensuring you have quality data that’s accurate and well-annotated. That’s where Scale comes in, having identified early on that the AV industry would require annotation of huge swaths of data, including specialized LiDAR imaging. Now, co-founder and CEO Alex Wang tells me at TC Sessions: Mobility 2021 (ExtraCrunch subscription required) that it’s moving into mapping with a new product that’s coming later this month.

Nexford University lands $10.8M pre-Series A to scale its flexible remote learning platform

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Two profound problems face the higher education sector globally — affordability and relevance. Whether you live in Africa, Europe, or the U.S., a major reason why people don’t go to university or college or even drop out because they cannot afford tuition fees. On the other hand, relevance shows the huge gap between what traditional universities teach and what global employers actually look for.

US stocks move lower as investors see hotter inflation and higher rates on the horizon

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A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. JOHANNES EISELE/AFP via Getty Images The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average turned lower during Monday's session. Investors are anticipating the consumer price inflation reading for May to accelerate from an already multi-year high. A rally in shares of so-called meme stock AMC resumed. See more stories on Insider's business page.
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