Red Hat Research Quarterly
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Ilya Kolchinsky is a research scientist with Red Hat Research and Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. He has a PhD and BSc in Computer Science, both from the Technion. Ilya’s research interests span a wide range of topics in big data processing, such as distributed event-based systems, data stream mining, and applications of AI and machine learning in stream processing engines.
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Since the inception of artificial intelligence research, computer scientists have aimed to devise machines that think and learn like human beings. What else could AI do?
A new project seeks to make effective testing more compatible with expeditious releases In August 2021, a team of graduate students from IDC Herzliya, a leading research college in Israel, began working on a test case prioritization (TCP) project under the guidance of senior engineers from Red Hat. The goal of the TCP project is […]
Successful industry-academia relationships don’t just happen. Here’s what it takes to start a collaboration and make it work. As a research supervisor, one of my most important tasks is finding a good fit between engineers with a problem and academicians who can collaborate with them on a project to explore some aspect of that problem. […]