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Rogue Wave Improves Support for Open Source Software with IBM
From insideHPC

Rogue Wave Improves Support for Open Source Software with IBM

Today Rogue Wave Software announced it is working with IBM to help make open source software (OSS) support more available. This will help provide comprehensive,...

D-Wave Systems Previews 2000-Qubit Quantum Computer
From insideHPC

D-Wave Systems Previews 2000-Qubit Quantum Computer

Today D-Wave Systems announced details of its most advanced quantum computing system, featuring a new 2000-qubit processor. The announcement is being made at the...

ARM Releases CoreLink Interconnect
From insideHPC

ARM Releases CoreLink Interconnect

"The demands of cloud-based business models require service providers to pack more efficient computational capability into their infrastructure, said Monika Biddulph...

Using Neural Networks to Identify Blurred Faces
From Schneier on Security

Using Neural Networks to Identify Blurred Faces

Neural networks are good at identifying faces, even if they're blurry: In a paper released earlier this month, researchers at UT Austin and Cornell University demonstrate...

Video: How ORNL is Bridging the Gap between Computing and Facilities
From insideHPC

Video: How ORNL is Bridging the Gap between Computing and Facilities

"Starting in 2015, Oak Ridge National Laboratory partnered with the University of Tennessee to offer a minor-degree program in data center technology and management...

Future of AI Driven Analytics
From The Eponymous Pickle

Future of AI Driven Analytics

Ultimately you will need AI/Cognitive to drive complex analytics. People alone cannot control the complex process, especially when you need to circle back to get...

Video refereeing could be a major own goal for footballhere's why
From Phys.org Technology News

Video refereeing could be a major own goal for footballhere's why

Ajax's 5-0 cup victory against fellow Dutch premier division side Willem II on September 21 saw a first in football: the official world debut for a video assistant...

From Computational Complexity

Who's Afraid

The playwright Edward Albee passed away earlier this month at the age of 88. I had never actually seen any of his plays so I took the opportunity to watch theWho's...

Health as a social movement
From Putting People First

Health as a social movement

Last week, the UK innovation charity Nesta launched a new report, Health as a Social Movement: The Power of People in Movements. It illuminates the value and role...

Firm hopes to be 1st with skill-based slots
From Phys.org Technology News

Firm hopes to be 1st with skill-based slots

A New York firm hopes to be the first in the world to install skill-based slot machines on casino floors in which the main determining factor in how much a player...

Tapping Into Tribal Knowledge
From The Eponymous Pickle

Tapping Into Tribal Knowledge

Had not heard the term 'Tribal Knowledge'. But OK, call it a means of sharing key knowledge within a company, from its own internal experts, external sources,Saving...

Brian Krebs DDoS
From Schneier on Security

Brian Krebs DDoS

Brian Krebs writes about the massive DDoS attack against his site. In fact, the site is down as I post this....

Baidu Research Announces DeepBench Benchmark for Deep Learning
From insideHPC

Baidu Research Announces DeepBench Benchmark for Deep Learning

"Deep learning developers and researchers want to train neural networks as fast as possible. Right now we are limited by computing performance," said Dr. Diamos...

Seeking Open AI Again
From The Eponymous Pickle

Seeking Open AI Again

A market place for artificial intelligence solutions. Open AI. Mentioned previously, have not seen any implementations using this as yet. What aspects of such...

AI Software Booming
From The Eponymous Pickle

AI Software Booming

Short NYT piece that mentions a number of AI software efforts. But this seems to be a mix of analytics and data science with Cognitive/AI. True these two domains...

Geofencing External Spaces
From The Eponymous Pickle

Geofencing External Spaces

Thomson Reuters Takes Over Grand Central Station'Hyper-Mega' Campaign Targets Business CommutersBy Kate MaddoxIn an effort to reach its target audience of influential...

IOT Research Report
From The Eponymous Pickle

IOT Research Report

Lopez Research group report, via Cisco. report requires registration." ... Improve Business Operations with the IoT ....The Internet of Things can help you improve...

White House to Invest Over $80 Million Dollars in the Smart Cities Initiative
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

White House to Invest Over $80 Million Dollars in the Smart Cities Initiative

To kick off the start of Smart Cities Week, the White House has announced that it is expanding its Smart Cities initiative, by adding over $80 million dollars in...

Register Now for GPU Mini-Hackathon at ORNL Nov. 1-3
From insideHPC

Register Now for GPU Mini-Hackathon at ORNL Nov. 1-3

Oak Ridge National Lab is hosting a 3-day GPU Mini-hackathon led by experts from the OLCF and Nvidia. The event takes place Nov. 1-3 in Knoxville, Tennessee. "General...

Earlham Institute Tests Green HPC from Verne Global in Iceland
From insideHPC

Earlham Institute Tests Green HPC from Verne Global in Iceland

"As more organizations turn to high performance computing to process large data sets, demand is growing for scalable and secure data centre solutions. The source...
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