Google's Dataset Search, Julia programming language, and more news

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In this edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at Google’s new search engine, MIT’s programming language Julia, AI inspired pizza recipes, and more.

Google announces a new search platform

Google made the news by announcing a new search engine, allowing you to search for datasets. This new platform’s approach is based on the open standard schema.org. This open standard allows anyone who published data, to describe their datasets.

Researchers in the open data and science communities will clearly benefit from this platform. Google has also developed guidelines for dataset providers. You can read about this and find an example of a data search in Google’s announcement.

Julia, the next big open source programming language?

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