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How quickly can you remove spaces from a string?
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

How quickly can you remove spaces from a string?

Sometimes programmers want to prune out characters from a string of characters. For example, maybe you want to remove all line-ending characters from a piece of...

AI Building AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

AI Building AI

It has been long suggested that this would occur.  This is still relatively hard, but we have seen apps like Watson Analytics show how it could be done.  Though...

Artificial Fingertip Feels
From The Eponymous Pickle

Artificial Fingertip Feels

Artificial fingertip that ‘feels’ wins Harvard's robotics competitionTacTip, a 3D-printed tactile sensor  (University of Bristol) An open-source 3D-printed fingertip...

PASC17 Plenary to Focus on Supercomputing Cosmology
From insideHPC

PASC17 Plenary to Focus on Supercomputing Cosmology

Today the PASC17 Conference announced that this year’s plenary presentation will be entitled “Unlocking the Mysteries of the Universe with Supercomputers.” The...

Video: How Persistent Memory Will Bring an Entirely New Structure to Large Data Computing
From insideHPC

Video: How Persistent Memory Will Bring an Entirely New Structure to Large Data Computing

"As data proliferation continues to explode, computing architectures are struggling to get the right data to the processor efficiently, both in terms of time and...

Atos Delivers Bull sequana Supercomputer to Hartree Centre
From insideHPC

Atos Delivers Bull sequana Supercomputer to Hartree Centre

Today Atos announced the first installation of its Bull sequana X1000 new-generation supercomputer system, in the UK at the Hartree Centre. Founded by the UK government...

Video: Modern Code – Making the Impossible Possible
From insideHPC

Video: Modern Code – Making the Impossible Possible

In this video, Rich Brueckner from insideHPC moderates a panel discussion on Code Modernization. "SC15 luminary panelists reflect on collaboration with Intel and...

Scan and Go Again
From The Eponymous Pickle

Scan and Go Again

Scan and Go Again  In Retailwire.by Matthew Stern with expert comments.Some ideas were ahead of their time and that’s how Walmart appears to see its Scan & Go mobile...

China Oceanwide to Acquire IDG & IDC
From insideHPC

China Oceanwide to Acquire IDG & IDC

"We will be fully honoring all IDC HPC contracts and deliverables, and will continue our HPC operations as before," said Earl Joseph of IDC. "Because the HPC group...

Anthropologist Sally Applin on the automation of qualitative methods
From Putting People First

Anthropologist Sally Applin on the automation of qualitative methods

Anthropology and its methodologies cannot easily be automated. However, both design and engineering based organizations are attempting it. Anthropologist SallyAnthropologist...

Big Data to Knowledge Updates
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Big Data to Knowledge Updates

The Data Science and the Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) initiative at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have a number of upcoming opportunities, events, and...

Oracle Cloud to add PBS Works for Technical Computing
From insideHPC

Oracle Cloud to add PBS Works for Technical Computing

Today Altair announced plans to build and offer HPC solutions on the Oracle Cloud Platform. This follows Oracle’s decision to name Altair PBS Works as its preferred...

Call for Proposals: SC17 Workshops
From insideHPC

Call for Proposals: SC17 Workshops

The SC17 conference is now accepting proposals for independently planned full- or half-day workshops. SC17 will be held Nov. 12-17 in Denver. The post Call forinsideHPC...

Help Every Child Learn to Read
From The Eponymous Pickle

Help Every Child Learn to Read

Curious Learning.Help Every Child Learn to Read2 Years Of Early Literacy Education, Delivered By Smartphone Or Tablet.Slides. Created At MIT, Backed By Research...

Revealing the Limits of AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

Revealing the Limits of AI

So what can AI really do today?  Here a list of questions which aim to indicate the current limitations. Includes inputs by Roger Schank,  AI researcher we have...

Managing Lots of Tasks for Intel Xeon Phi
From insideHPC

Managing Lots of Tasks for Intel Xeon Phi

"OpenMP, Fortran 2008 and TBB are standards that can help to create parallel areas of an application. MKL could also be considered to be part of this family, because...

NERSC Selects Six Teams for Exascale Science Applications Program
From insideHPC

NERSC Selects Six Teams for Exascale Science Applications Program

Following a call for proposals issued last October, NERSC has selected six science application teams to participate in the NERSC Exascale Science Applications Program...

Using Mobile Platforms for Early Literacy Education
From The Eponymous Pickle

Using Mobile Platforms for Early Literacy Education

This was quite good,  included mention of the use of screen robots to provide learning companions to children.   Quite a good example of the use of smartphones."...

Speeding Workloads at the Dell EMC HPC Innovation Lab
From insideHPC

Speeding Workloads at the Dell EMC HPC Innovation Lab

This is the final entry in an insideHPC series of features covering high performance system interconnect technology, HPC networking and computing. This entry is...
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