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Red Hat Research Quarterly provides insights into the range of activities that bring universities, government organizations, industry partners together to share outcomes with open source communities. Here you’ll find articles on the latest research topics we are exploring together, views into the approaches and people behind that research, and examples of the impact that combining education with an open source perspective can have.
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- Volume 1, Issue 2
From the director Hugh Brock, Research Director, Red Hat Red Hat Research day, part I: How do we reconcile privacy with machine learning? Gordon Haff, Technology evangelist, Red Hat; Kinan Bab of Boston University covered multi-party computing The role of patents in the open source Innovation cycle Jared Engstrom, Manager, IP Attorney, Red Hat Opening doors with open source: how we launched the University Program at Red Hat Radek Vokal, Senior engineering manager, Red Hat Cooperative object store caching for big data analytics E. Ugur Kaynar, Boston University Unikernels: Delivering operating system services without an operating system Ali Raza and Parul Sohal, Boston University Quarterly Reflections: Living to serve Hugh Brock, Research Director for Red Hat RIG Leader’s Perspective: How a RIG is born – building a research interest group in Tel Aviv Miki Kenneth, Research Program Director, Office of the CTO, Red Hat
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