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.
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World Health Organization Embraces Open Source Technologies to Assist Healthcare Workers
The World Health Organization (WHO) recently completed a Red Hat Open Innovation Labs virtual residency to create a sustainable open source development infrastructure to support the development of the Learning Experience Platform (LXP) for the WHO Academy, the organization’s new state-of-the-art training center.
EMPLOYERS Modernizes Digital Transformation with Red Hat
EMPLOYERS, a national provider of workers’ compensation insurance, has built a hybrid cloud foundation for its IT infrastructure using Red Hat’s open hybrid cloud technologies. The Red Hat-based solution enabled EMPLOYERS to use technology to improve agility, innovation, scalability and flexibility, with the end goal of exceeding agent and policyholder expectations.
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DarwinAI and Red Hat Team Up to Bring COVID-Net Radiography Screening AI to Hospitals
Red Hat announced a collaboration with artificial intelligence company DarwinAI and Boston Children’s Hospital to build and deploy a deep learning-based screening tool to help healthcare workers triage COVID-19 cases. COVID-Net is a web-based graphical user interface (GUI) that sits atop Boston Children’s ChRIS framework using Red Hat OpenShift.
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DevJourney with Red Hat's Emmanuel Bernard
Java champion, Quarkus co-founder and chief data architect at Red Hat, Emmanuel Bernard has had an extensive journey with open source. In a recent interview with DevJourney, he discusses his experience with open source innovation as a contributor and community leader.
Pipeline - The Critical Risk at the Edge
Red Hat’s Ian Hood discusses the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) and resulting digital revolution across all industries. At the forefront of this revolution is 5G mobile network technology combined with highly distributed edge computing on cloud-native platforms.
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