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Lenovo Boosts Marconi Supercomputer to 6.2 Petaflops with Intel Xeon Phi
From insideHPC

Lenovo Boosts Marconi Supercomputer to 6.2 Petaflops with Intel Xeon Phi

"Phase one at CINECA, an academic consortium, was completed in May 2016 – coming in at 1.7 Petaflops, which at the time it was the largest Intel Omni-Path Fabric...

Building HPC Clusters as Code in the (Almost) Infinite Cloud
From insideHPC

Building HPC Clusters as Code in the (Almost) Infinite Cloud

"Researchers can run one cluster for 10,000 hours or 10,000 clusters for one hour anytime, from anywhere, and both cost the same in the cloud. And with the availability...

Futuretext for Machine Learning
From The Eponymous Pickle

Futuretext for Machine Learning

Brought to my attention.   Has some excellent tutorial material.Futuretext" ... futuretext applies machine learning techniques to complex problems in the IoT (Internet...

Watson Social Media Analytics
From The Eponymous Pickle

Watson Social Media Analytics

Interesting, but not very detailed view of IBM social  media analytics with Watson.   Analyzing the global reach of the UK retailer John Lewis." ... Is TV advertising...

Big data helped Trump even after he scorned it
From Phys.org Technology News

Big data helped Trump even after he scorned it

Donald Trump derided the use of data and technology tools for his presidential campaign—but those techniques might well have propelled him to victory.

Bank and Financial Products
From The Eponymous Pickle

Bank and Financial Products

The Death of Bank Products has been greatly under-exaggerated   by Brett KingThis is an excerpt from my new book Augmented: Life in the Smart Lane       Since 2005...

How Bayesian Inference Works
From The Eponymous Pickle

How Bayesian Inference Works

Out of KDnuggets, nice non-technical view of Bayesian inference. by Brandon Rohrer.  In the enterprise I collected pieces like this for use with execs or decision...

On Smart Homes
From The Eponymous Pickle

On Smart Homes

PostWaves (Beta).   A collection of blog posts.  In this case all about Smart Homes.About Postwaves.

Knowledge Engineering Book for Cognitive Assistants
From The Eponymous Pickle

Knowledge Engineering Book for Cognitive Assistants

So how do you actually engineer knowledge to integrate into an assistant system? Its a mix of knowledge architecture, reasoning and effective delivery.  Many of...

Chicago Merchantile Exchange Trading Challenge
From The Eponymous Pickle

Chicago Merchantile Exchange Trading Challenge

Brought to my attention via Columbia connections.  Details at the link.CME Group Trading ChallengeCME Group's Trading Challenge is a complimentary four-week electronic...

Fujitsu Starts of Operations for Japan’s Fastest Supercomputer
From insideHPC

Fujitsu Starts of Operations for Japan’s Fastest Supercomputer

Today Fujitsu today announced the completion of the Oakforest-PACS supercomputer at the Joint Center for Advanced High Performance Computing (JCAHPC), which isFujitsu...

Apple Building Better Maps
From The Eponymous Pickle

Apple Building Better Maps

Seems to have been some time since I have heard of Maps mentioned with Apple.  Now movable sensors like drones are in play.Apple Said to Fly Drones to Improve Maps...

Knowledge Based Drug Discovery
From The Eponymous Pickle

Knowledge Based Drug Discovery

Discovery has been a favorite topic of mine.  We have so much knowledge stored digitally, how can we use that to discover more value in many business contexts?How...

Yet More Home Entertainment, Advice and Smart Home
From The Eponymous Pickle

Yet More Home Entertainment, Advice and Smart Home

And yet again.    Less a standalone device, but more of a feature of Windows 10?   Seems to be wiser move to have these be stand-alone.   Which gets you out ofMicrosoft's...

Intelligence Analysis
From The Eponymous Pickle

Intelligence Analysis

New Book of Of interest.  How are these kinds of structure embedded into AI?Intelligence Analysis as Discovery of Evidence, Hypotheses, and Arguments: Connecting...

A 50-Foot Squid Has Not been Found in New Zealand
From Schneier on Security

A 50-Foot Squid Has Not been Found in New Zealand

A 50-foot squid has not been found in New Zealand. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven't covered...

Intel Xeon Phi with Software Defined Visualization at SC16
From insideHPC

Intel Xeon Phi with Software Defined Visualization at SC16

"Software Defined Visualization (SDVis) is an open source initiative from Intel and industry collaborators to improve the visual fidelity, performance and efficiency...

From Computational Complexity

Guest post by Samir Khuller about Visiting the Simons theory Inst for Computing

Guest post by Samir Khuller on his visit to the Simons Inst. of Computing Visiting the Simons Institute for Theory of Computing A few days back I had the good...

Thomas Edison's lab door key, lightbulbs up for auction
From Phys.org Technology News

Thomas Edison's lab door key, lightbulbs up for auction

Thomas Edison's door key to the 19th century lab in New Jersey where he invented the phonograph goes up for auction this weekend, along with lightbulbs he perfected...

Cray Sets New Supercomputing Record with HLRS and Ansys
From insideHPC

Cray Sets New Supercomputing Record with HLRS and Ansys

ANSYS, HLRS and Cray have pushed the boundaries of supercomputing by achieving a new supercomputing milestone by scaling ANSYS software to 172,032 cores on theCray...
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