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Video: The Deep Learning AI Revolution
From insideHPC

Video: The Deep Learning AI Revolution

In this video from GTC 2016 in Taiwan, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang unveils technology that will accelerate the deep learning revolution that is sweeping across industries...

Designing Social Interactions in a Teachable Agent
From The Eponymous Pickle

Designing Social Interactions in a Teachable Agent

Today: OurCognitive Systems Institute GroupSpeaker Series this week, Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 10:30 am ET US (9:30am CT, 7:30 am PT). Our presenterErin...

Critical View of Online Training
From The Eponymous Pickle

Critical View of Online Training

A critical view in a study of online training, aka MOOCs. Massively Open Online Courses. Not unexpected that those who use these methods do not get the same...

Data Explosion and Decision Making
From The Eponymous Pickle

Data Explosion and Decision Making

In the HBR, useful thoughts on decisions, data and organization.How the Big Data Explosion Has Changed Decision Makingby Michael SchrageOrganizations I work with...

Job of the Week: Simulation IT Specialist at George Washington University
From insideHPC

Job of the Week: Simulation IT Specialist at George Washington University

The George Washington University is seeking a Simulation IT Specialist in our Job of the Week. GWs Clinical Learning and Simulation Skills (CLASS) Center provides...

Google's Digital Assistant Revealed
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google's Digital Assistant Revealed

First via an App called Allo, later in the fall via Google Home to provide a competitor to Amazon Alexa and Siri. Claims for better AI. In Adage: " ... Watch...

Swift versus Java : the bitset performance test
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Swift versus Java : the bitset performance test

I claimed online that the performance of Apples Swift was not yet on par with Java. People asked me to back my claim with numbers. I decided to construct one test...

Dutch brothers in court for bitcoin mining with stolen power
From Phys.org Technology News

Dutch brothers in court for bitcoin mining with stolen power

Prosecutors in the Netherlands are seeking prison sentences for two brothers who they say used stolen electricity to power computers they used to mine bitcoins...

Chinese Wearable Shipments Soar
From The Eponymous Pickle

Chinese Wearable Shipments Soar

Does this mean that the Chinese culture is more prone to wearable devices? In Readwrite. " ...China may become the worlds largest wearable customer in 2017...

IDC to Launch New Exascale Tracking Study
From insideHPC

IDC to Launch New Exascale Tracking Study

In this video from the 2016 HPC User Forum in Austin, Earl Joseph describes IDC's new Exascale Tracking Study. The project will monitor the many Exascale projects...

Donaldson Co. jumps into beverage filtration with heavyweight customers
From Phys.org Technology News

Donaldson Co. jumps into beverage filtration with heavyweight customers

It took the Donaldson Co. two years, 40 scientists and millions to build a better mouse trap - or a microbe trap, to be exact - for beverage and yogurt manufacturers...

Can a Rubiks Cube Teach You Programming?
From Blog@Ubiquity

Can a Rubiks Cube Teach You Programming?

Em Rubik invented the Rubiks Cube in 1974 and it became the worlds most popular puzzle. The cube consists of 26 cubelets that move and turn when the faces areRead...

RCE Podcast Looks at Singularity Container Solution for HPC
From insideHPC

RCE Podcast Looks at Singularity Container Solution for HPC

In this RCE Podcast, Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres speak with Gregory Kurtzer about Singularity, a container solution for HPC and research environments. "Singularity...

On Predictability of Demand
From The Eponymous Pickle

On Predictability of Demand

Discussion in Retailwire:" ... According to RSRs benchmark report on omnichannel order profitability, unpredictable consumer demand is the top business challenge...

PSyclone Software Eases Weather and Climate Forecasting
From insideHPC

PSyclone Software Eases Weather and Climate Forecasting

"PSyclone was developed for the UK Met Office and is now a part of the build system for Dynamo, the dynamical core currently in development for the Met OfficesPSyclone...

Not expecting sympathy  I made a mistake, and I own it.
From The Noisy Channel

Not expecting sympathy I made a mistake, and I own it.

But, in case it wasnt clear in the post, I had invested a fair amount of time into the company before that last contact, and my Continue reading on

CloudLightning Report Looks at Barriers to HPC in the Cloud
From insideHPC

CloudLightning Report Looks at Barriers to HPC in the Cloud

The CloudLightning Project in Europe has published preliminary results from a survey on Barriers to Using HPC in the Cloud. "Trust in cloud computing would appear...

TYAN Adds Support for NVIDIA Tesla P100, P40 and P4 GPUs
From insideHPC

TYAN Adds Support for NVIDIA Tesla P100, P40 and P4 GPUs

Today TYAN announced support and availability of the NVIDIA Tesla P100, P40 and P4 GPU accelerators with the new NVIDIA Pascal architecture. Incorporating NVIDIAs...

Casino Key Security
From The Eponymous Pickle

Casino Key Security

Interesting security application. Not new, but alternative applications of beacons. Note regulatory application.Casino Prevents Security Violations Via Beacon...

Hyperledger Project
From The Eponymous Pickle

Hyperledger Project

Update brought to my attention. Have looked at the implications of smart contracts. Worth understanding.Hyperledger ProjectThe Hyperledger Project is a collaborative...
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