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The Friday Five is a weekly Red Hat® blog post with 5 of the week's top news items and ideas from or about Red Hat and the technology industry. Consider it your weekly digest of things that caught our eye.


LISTEN TO THE PODCAST:

FLOSS Weekly - TrustyAI: Combining machine learning algorithms and decision logic

FLOSS Weekly talks with Red Hat's Rebecca Whitworth about TrustyAI, an open source initiative that is designed to increase trust in the decision-making processes that depend on AI predictive models. Tune in to the discussion to hear Rebecca's thoughts about the importance of having artificial intelligence be open and fair and what it truly means to "trust" AI.

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RECOMMENDED READING:

WeAreTechWomen - Open source: the pathway to innovation

Open communities, by their design, make it easier for individuals from all backgrounds to participate, have a voice, and share their experience and skills. Hear more from Red Hat's Joanna Hodgson as she shares her thoughts on why open source is both the fastest and most inclusive way to innovate.

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IN THE NEWS:

ZDNet - Red Hat takes Kubernetes to the cloud's edge

ZDNet summarizes a number of recent announcements made by Red Hat during the virtual KubeCon EU event, noting, "There's a common theme: Making Kubernetes in general -- and OpenShift in specific -- more useful across all clouds from your server room out to the edge."

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GOOD READ:

CFO Dive - Collaboration integral to operations, Red Hat CFO says

Red Hat CFO Laurie Krebs opens up about her approach to leadership during a rapidly changing environment, citing flexibility, open communication and collaboration as integral to helping the company navigate new challenges.

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NEW ON THE BLOG:

Level up your Red Hat Enterprise Linux skills with containers

Red Hat OpenShift is built on the trusted foundation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, providing the same security, stability and ecosystem that you know and expect. Just as Red Hat brought Linux to the enterprise, we are doing the same with Kubernetes. And because containers are fundamentally a Linux technology, Red Hat is able to deliver an optimized path for users to add containers and Kubernetes to their core skills.

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