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Video: AI – The Next HPC Workload
From insideHPC

Video: AI – The Next HPC Workload

“From new cloud offerings on AWS and Azure, to Summit and Sierra, the 150+ PF supercomputers being built by the US in 2017, new AI workloads are driving the rapid...

China to Develop Exascale Prototype in 2017
From insideHPC

China to Develop Exascale Prototype in 2017

The Xinhua news agency reports that China is planning to develop a prototype exascale supercomputer by the end of 2017. "A complete computing system of the exascale...

Cray to Develop ARM-based Isambard Supercomputer for UK Met Office
From insideHPC

Cray to Develop ARM-based Isambard Supercomputer for UK Met Office

“This is an exciting time in high performance computing,” said Prof Simon McIntosh-Smith, leader of the project and Professor of High Performance Computing at the...

DDN and Inspur Sign Agreement for Joint Sales & Marketing
From insideHPC

DDN and Inspur Sign Agreement for Joint Sales & Marketing

Today DataDirect Networks announced a joint sales and marketing agreement with Inspur, a leading China-based, cloud-computing and total-solution-and-services provider...

Video: A Look at the Mogon II HPC Cluster at Johannes Gutenberg University
From insideHPC

Video: A Look at the Mogon II HPC Cluster at Johannes Gutenberg University

In this video, Prof. Dr.-Ing. André Brinkmann from the JGU datacenter describes the Mogon II cluster, a 580 Teraflop system currently ranked #265 on the TOP500....

Leadership in a Cognitive era
From The Eponymous Pickle

Leadership in a Cognitive era

Discussion starting in the Cognitive Systems Linkedin Group.   Join us in the conversation.Points to a Forbes article. How will leadership change in the Cognitive...

Raspberry Pi Upgrade
From The Eponymous Pickle

Raspberry Pi Upgrade

Raspberry Pi upgrades Compute Module with 10 times the CPU performance ... Compute Module for embedded computing gets first big upgrade since 2014.   by Jon Brodkin...

Forbes on Uses of AI today
From The Eponymous Pickle

Forbes on Uses of AI today

In Forbes:  Mostly well known, and can be said that most of these are very focused applications.  The assistant applications like Siri and Alexa, can be said to...

Living The Dream
From The Noisy Channel

Living The Dream

A year ago, I decided to take a break from full-time employment and explore a mix of consulting, advising, writing, and speaking. Continue reading on Medium »

WhatsApp Security Vulnerability
From Schneier on Security

WhatsApp Security Vulnerability

Back in March, Rolf Weber wrote about a potential vulnerability in the WhatsApp protocol that would allow Facebook to defeat perfect forward secrecy by forcibly...

Trends in Digital Transformation
From The Eponymous Pickle

Trends in Digital Transformation

Four Trends in Digital TransformationIn  CustomerThink by Jacob MorganIf one of the main goals of the future of work is to increase productivity and collaboration...

Best programming language for high performance (January 2017)?
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Best programming language for high performance (January 2017)?

I keep hoping that the field of programming language will evolve. I am a bit tired to program in Java and C… I’d like better languages. I am particularly interested...

Course about AI in the Enterprise
From The Eponymous Pickle

Course about AI in the Enterprise

Ajit Jaokar of Futuretext has an upcoming enterprise AI course.I like the idea of aiming this at the enterprise, which is rarely done,  but needs to be done more...

Bull Atos to Build for HPC Prototype for Mont-Blanc Project using Cavium ThunderX2 Processor
From insideHPC

Bull Atos to Build for HPC Prototype for Mont-Blanc Project using Cavium ThunderX2 Processor

Today the Mont-Blanc European project announced it has selected Cavium’s ThunderX2 ARM server processor to power its new HPC prototype. The new Mont-Blanc prototype...

Radio Free HPC Looks at New Open Source Software for Quantum Computing
From insideHPC

Radio Free HPC Looks at New Open Source Software for Quantum Computing

In this podcast the Radio Free HPC team looks at D-Wave's new open source software for quantum computing. The software is available on github along with a whitepaper...

Simulation Against Real World Data for Learning
From The Eponymous Pickle

Simulation Against Real World Data for Learning

Points to how games can act as simulations of the world, and emulate their operation against real world data.    Experimented with this in the supply chain space...

Scaling Software for In-Memory Computing
From insideHPC

Scaling Software for In-Memory Computing

"The move away from the traditional single processor/memory design has fostered new programming paradigms that address multiple processors (cores). Existing single...

Spelling Correction
From The Noisy Channel

Spelling Correction

Spelling correction is a must-have for any modern search engine. Continue reading on Query Understanding »

Cloudflare's Experience with a National Security Letter
From Schneier on Security

Cloudflare's Experience with a National Security Letter

Interesting post on Cloudflare's experience with receiving a National Security Letter. News article....

From Computational Complexity

My REU program/REU's in general/Flyers? Why do some Transcripts...

I run an REU program (Research Experience for Undergraduates) and I would normally urge you to urge undergrads who would benefit to apply to it and present both...
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