Company News: The Bytecode Alliance, a community dedicated to creating new software foundations, building on standards such as WebAssembly and WebAssembly System Interface (WASI), today announced incorporation as a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organisation. Incorporated by Fastly, Intel, Mozilla and Microsoft, the Bytecode Alliance now invites organisations to join its cross-industry collaborative mission alongside new members Arm, Dfinity Foundation, Embark Studios, Google, Shopify, and University of California at San Diego.
Global accounting automation software provider BlackLine has appointed its fourth female director to its board, with the appointment of Barbara Whye, who will join the company from Apple where she currently heads up the inclusion and diversity role.
WEBINAR INVITE: Vix Vizion, developers of Imagus Facial Recognition software, are participating in a major webinar event with conjunction with Milestone Systems, Dell Technologies OEM solutions and Intel. The event, to be held virtually on April 22, is titled ‘Powering Intelligent Visions Solutions for a Safer World', and seeks to inform integrators, end users, developers and other stakeholders about the many ways that smart video and facial recognition solutions are empowering change in the modern world. Further to this, the event will discuss how to design, develop and bring smart, integrated solutions to market.
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