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P&G Still Loves Facebook
From The Eponymous Pickle

P&G Still Loves Facebook

In Adage:P&G, GM and Facebook Agree: Big Is Beautiful By Jack Neff.Facebook has drawn unwanted scrutiny of late over how it counts video viewership and the usefulness...

Machine Learning and Customer Loyalty
From The Eponymous Pickle

Machine Learning and Customer Loyalty

Integrating data and linking it to real business process is always key:How Data Integration and MachineLearning Improve Customer Loyalty - Part 1 and Part 2By...

E4 Computer Engineering Rolls Out GPU-accelerated OpenPOWER server
From insideHPC

E4 Computer Engineering Rolls Out GPU-accelerated OpenPOWER server

Today Italys E4 Computer Engineering announced generalavailability of the E4OP206, a GPU-accelerated OpenPOWER system designed to propel deep learning, artificial...

Nvidia Releases Cuda 8
From insideHPC

Nvidia Releases Cuda 8

Today Nvidia announced the general availability of CUDA 8 toolkit for GPU developers. "A crucial goal for CUDA 8 is to provide support for the powerful new Pascal...

Allinea Adds CUDA 8 Support for GPU Developers
From insideHPC

Allinea Adds CUDA 8 Support for GPU Developers

Today Allinea Software announces availability of its new software release, version 6.1, which offers full support for programming parallel code on the Pascal GPU...

NSF Announces New Program Solicitation in Smart and Connected Communities
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

NSF Announces New Program Solicitation in Smart and Connected Communities

As part of the White Houses expansion of the Smart Cities Initiative, the National Science Foundation (NSF) has announced a new program solicitation on Smart and...

Video: Nvidia Unveils ARM-Powered SoC with Volta GPU
From insideHPC

Video: Nvidia Unveils ARM-Powered SoC with Volta GPU

Today at GTC Europe, Nvidia unveiled Xavier, an all-new SoC based on the company's next-gen Volta GPU, which will be the processor in future self-driving cars.Video...

Sorting already sorted arrays is much faster?
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Sorting already sorted arrays is much faster?

If you are reading a random textbook on computer science, it is probably going to tell you all about how good sorting algorithms take linearithmic time. To arrive...

Mellanox Roll Out New Innova IPsec 10/40G Ethernet Adapters
From insideHPC

Mellanox Roll Out New Innova IPsec 10/40G Ethernet Adapters

"Our customers are looking for a highly integrated server adapter that solves their pressing need for network performance, efficiency and security, said Gilad Shainer...

Video: An Optimized Entry Level Lustre Solution in a Small Form Factor
From insideHPC

Video: An Optimized Entry Level Lustre Solution in a Small Form Factor

In this video from LUG 2016 in Australia, Chakravarthy Nagarajan from Intel presents: An Optimized Entry Level Lustre Solution in a Small Form Factor. "Our goal...

SAP Buys More IoT Presence
From The Eponymous Pickle

SAP Buys More IoT Presence

SAP buys startup Plat.One, part of $2B IoT investmentSAP's $2 billion, five-year plan is to to extend its reach into the internet of things. SAP has bought IoT...

Malware Tries to Detect Test Environment
From Schneier on Security

Malware Tries to Detect Test Environment

A new malware tries to detect if it's running in a virtual machine or sandboxed test environment by looking for signs of normal use and not executing if they're...

Pilots, air traffic controllers shifting to text messaging
From Phys.org Technology News

Pilots, air traffic controllers shifting to text messaging

Airline pilots and air traffic controllers are on schedule to switch to text communications at most of the nation's busiest airports by the end of the year, a milestone...

Snapchat Spectacles
From The Eponymous Pickle

Snapchat Spectacles

Still skeptical that the typical person will use these. I can remember testing Glass at a coffee shop and felt we were being closely watched. But perhaps these...

IBM Unveils Project DataWorks for AI-Powered Decision-Making
From insideHPC

IBM Unveils Project DataWorks for AI-Powered Decision-Making

"We are at an inflection point in the big data era, said Bob Picciano, senior vice president, IBM Analytics. We know that users spend up to 80 percent of theirIBM...

UPenn's Lab Flies Drones Through Windows
From The Eponymous Pickle

UPenn's Lab Flies Drones Through Windows

In IEEE Spectrum, some remarkable things that drones can now be programmed to do, like fly through half open windows. Out of UPenn's labs. Demonstrated in...

Registration Opens for HP-CAST at SC16
From insideHPC

Registration Opens for HP-CAST at SC16

Registration is now open for HP-CAST at SC16. The event takes place Nov. 11-12 in Salt Lake City. The post Registration Opens for HP-CAST at SC16 appeared first...

Google's Allo delivering Messaging AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google's Allo delivering Messaging AI

We are seeing that messaging systems will be the place that consumer facing AI will reside, acting as a bot to enhance everyday communications with intelligence...

2 Computer Scientists in the 2016 MacArthur Fellows
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

2 Computer Scientists in the 2016 MacArthur Fellows

The MacArthur Foundation has announced its 2016 MacArthur Fellows, a list that features 23 individuals who are breaking new ground in areas of public concern, in...

Mapping Experiences
From The Eponymous Pickle

Mapping Experiences

Book on order. We used mapping, both concept based and journey based, in the enterprise. We developed many, many maps. It was always a useful approach. I recommend...
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