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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...

GE Buys Machine Analytics Firm
From The Eponymous Pickle

GE Buys Machine Analytics Firm

Today, GE Digital, the companys software arm, said it acquired Meridium, Inc., a leading developer of asset performance management (APM) software for machine-heavy...

The Future of Computing Research: Industry-Academic Collaborations
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

The Future of Computing Research: Industry-Academic Collaborations

The Computing Community Consortium convened a round-table of industry and academic participants in July 2015 to better understand the landscape of industry-academic...

The State of Natural Language
From The Eponymous Pickle

The State of Natural Language

Long ago I took a course on language theory. Have since remained intrigued about how the evolution of the field ultimately links to Natural Language Processing...

Tesla Model S Hack
From Schneier on Security

Tesla Model S Hack

Impressive remote ,a href="http://www.pcworld.com/article/3121999/security/researchers-demonstrate-remote-attack-against-tesla-model-s.html">hack of the Tesla Model...

China court hears case over Tesla fatal crash
From Phys.org Technology News

China court hears case over Tesla fatal crash

The father of a Chinese man killed while driving a Tesla sedan has sued the US electric car maker over an alleged fault with its Autopilot system, the family's...

Warehouse Science from Georgia Institute of Technology
From The Eponymous Pickle

Warehouse Science from Georgia Institute of Technology

Brought to my attention. by colleagueJohn J. Bartholdi III Georgia Institute of Technology Warehouse ScienceMathematical models to optimize management ofFree...

My thoughts on Swift
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

My thoughts on Swift

Swift is a new programming language produced by Apple for its iOS devices (primarily the iPhone). It first appeared two years ago and it has been gaining popularity...

What does it take to Lead Data Scientists?
From The Noisy Channel

What does it take to Lead Data Scientists?

You think its hard to hire data scientists? Try hiring a data science leader! Continue reading on

Two Good Essays on the NSA's "Upstream" Data Collection under Section 702
From Schneier on Security

Two Good Essays on the NSA's "Upstream" Data Collection under Section 702

Both are worth reading....
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