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Enterprise Wearables
From The Eponymous Pickle

Enterprise Wearables

PwC on:  The potential of wearable technology in the enterprise.    " ... Wearables hold so much promise because they provide a hands-free way for employees to...

Rich Fast Data,  Focused Digital Enterprise Advisory Systems
From The Eponymous Pickle

Rich Fast Data, Focused Digital Enterprise Advisory Systems

A connection with a former colleague let me to take another look at Nestle's Digital Acceleration Center. Our Enterprise started similar efforts in Business Sphere...

PNNL Looks at Undervolting to Meet Exascale Goals
From insideHPC

PNNL Looks at Undervolting to Meet Exascale Goals

PNNL researchers are using supercomputers to take on two of the main challenges of exascale: energy efficiency and resiliency. Their simulations show that dynamic...

Face and Eye Tracking Databases
From The Eponymous Pickle

Face and Eye Tracking Databases

I recently mentioned the value of a database of eye tracking in alternative contexts, for example retail.  I was sent a link to this example.    Not the same thing...

From Computational Complexity

John Nash (1928-2015)

John Nash and his wife Alicia died in a taxi accident, returning from the airport after he received the Abel prize in Norway. The public knew John Nash as the "Beautiful...

Story of the ZooKeeper Poison-Packet Bug
From Schneier on Security

Story of the ZooKeeper Poison-Packet Bug

Interesting story of a complex and deeply hidden bug -- with AES as a part of it....

Building Foundational Enterprise Apps
From The Eponymous Pickle

Building Foundational Enterprise Apps

Enterprise, Cognitive Apps needed.  In the early days of Apps we formed a team to look at what kinds of data and Apps could be linked to focus people on their jobs...

A Bauhaus-inspired, human-centered internet of things
From Putting People First

A Bauhaus-inspired, human-centered internet of things

In a short opinion piece in The Guardian, Jenny Judge and Julia Powles state that the Bauhaus movement could be a model for a more human-centered internet of things...

Lustre & Kerberos: In Theory and In Practice
From insideHPC

Lustre & Kerberos: In Theory and In Practice

"Kerberos is the most famous way to allow safe communications over a non-secure network, by providing authentication and encryption. Plain old lustre.org has aLustre...

Interesting Links 25 May 2015
From Computer Science Teacher – Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Interesting Links 25 May 2015

Memorial Day in the US today. We remember those who died in battle fighting for our country. A somber day in some ways. In other, it makes the unofficial startWhat...

Jack Hughes Honored in Golden Buckeye Hall of Fame
From The Eponymous Pickle

Jack Hughes Honored in Golden Buckeye Hall of Fame

My early mentor at P&G, John (Jack) Hughes, has been honored with induction into the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame .  It is not mentioned in the article linked...

Game Theorist John Nash Dies in Car Crash
From The Eponymous Pickle

Game Theorist John Nash Dies in Car Crash

John Nash, who inspired some of our game oriented modeling: In Mashable:  " .... John Forbes Nash, Jr., the famed mathematician whose life was the subject of Oscar...

Chaos Theory in Games
From The Eponymous Pickle

Chaos Theory in Games

Also relates to results in AI, which we discovered in creating and editing knwoledge. Chaos theory in games.  " ... In theory, programming a video game should be...

Storytelling and Data Visualization
From The Eponymous Pickle

Storytelling and Data Visualization

Linking storytelling and data visualization is gaining ground.  It has always been done, but new and easy to use methods are making the process possible from the...

Future of the Home Robot
From The Eponymous Pickle

Future of the Home Robot

In Wired: Colin Angle of iRobot on the future of the Roomba.  Recognizing things and making maps of our world.  Continue to be interested in how robotics will work...

Hunting Supernovas with Supercomputers
From insideHPC

Hunting Supernovas with Supercomputers

Caltech researchers are using NERSC supercomputers to search for newly born supernovas. The details of their findings appear May 20 in an advance online issue of...

Video: Accelerated Quantum Chemistry with CP2K
From insideHPC

Video: Accelerated Quantum Chemistry with CP2K

"Learn how we achieve great GPU performance with an auto-tuned sparse matrix multiplication library, enabling quantum simulation of millions of electrons." TheVideo...

Daimler, Qualcomm and the Connected Car
From The Eponymous Pickle

Daimler, Qualcomm and the Connected Car

Via Engadget.   A considerable partnership.  Another wave of data will result.Press release: Daimler and Qualcomm announce strategic collaboration on ConnectedMonaco...

Personal Drone Security
From The Eponymous Pickle

Personal Drone Security

A drone that follows you around and takes pictures.   Perhaps still a very alpha concept, but all the technology is there, just needs some adjustment.  A weird...

Language of Innovation
From The Eponymous Pickle

Language of Innovation

The Language of Innovation with Doug WilliamsThe Innovation Engine is a podcast series that discusses innovation through the lenses of corporate leadership, company...
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