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April 2014


From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Top 10 Gigabit Apps

Top 10 Gigabit Apps

This is a guest post by Will Barkis, PhD. Will is a Gigabit Evangelist and, until recently, led Mozilla’s gigabit innovation efforts for the past two years as Project Lead and “Gigabit Developer Evangelist” on the Mozilla Ignite…


From The Eponymous Pickle

Watson and Brain Cancer Assistance

Watson and Brain Cancer Assistance

In IEEE Spectrum:  Watson: takes on the genetics of brain cancer.  The use of an 'AI' as an assistant is a good model, which we used often for related models.  The challenge will be to get professionals to utilize the capability…


From Schneier on Security

Seventh Movie-Plot Threat Contest

Seventh Movie-Plot Threat Contest

As you might expect, this year's contest has the NSA as the villain: The NSA has won, but how did it do it? How did it use its ability to conduct ubiquitous surveillance, its massive data centers, and its advanced data analytics…


From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Thinking about Vo-Tech Programming & Web Development Curriculum

Thinking about Vo-Tech Programming & Web Development Curriculum

I get questions. By email, twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and more. Seems like they come just about everyway. And I love it. Recently I got a question about vo-tech curriculum. I’ve been on advisory boards for quite a number ofIf…


From Computational Complexity

I am Bill Gasarch

I have a confession to make. Remember back in 2007 when I retired from the blog for about a year. I didn't actually retire at all but instead took the blog in a new direction by writing under the pseudonym William Ian “Bill”…

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