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Model Driven Software Development
From The Eponymous Pickle

Model Driven Software Development

Brought to my attention.  I like the idea, as long as it does not remove transparency, especially as it relates to real-life process and context.   This is about...

Autonomous Robot Delivery in US Universities
From The Eponymous Pickle

Autonomous Robot Delivery in US Universities

Makes sense to try this in the demographic and relatively contained space of a University.   Autonomous robot deliveries are coming to 100 university campuses in...

NetApp EF600 Storage Array Speeds HPC and Analytics
From insideHPC

NetApp EF600 Storage Array Speeds HPC and Analytics

Today NetApp announced the NetApp EF600 storage array. The EF600 is an end-to-end NVMe midrange array that accelerates access to data and empowers companies toNetApp...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

Our Trip To Monte Carlo

Why does randomness help? Kathryn Farley is my dear wife. She and I are currently on a cruise through the Mediterranean. Our trip started in Barcelona and is stopping...

ANSYS Cloud HPC Increases Simulation throughput for Hundreds of Organizations
From insideHPC

ANSYS Cloud HPC Increases Simulation throughput for Hundreds of Organizations

Engineers are unlocking increased compute capacity to achieve advancements in 5G, autonomous systems, electric vehicles, and other global megatrends thanks to ANSYS...

Intel Talks at Hot Chips gear up for “AI Everywhere”
From insideHPC

Intel Talks at Hot Chips gear up for “AI Everywhere”

Today at Hot Chips 2019, Intel revealed new details of upcoming high-performance AI accelerators: Intel Nervana neural network processors, with the NNP-T for training...

Singularity Enterprise to Accelerate Adoption of Containers with Cryptographically Verifiable Trust
From insideHPC

Singularity Enterprise to Accelerate Adoption of Containers with Cryptographically Verifiable Trust

Today Sylabs announced that Singularity Enterprise is now generally available as a self-hosted offering, making it faster and easier for businesses to adopt containerization...

OpenHPC: Community Building Blocks for HPC Systems
From insideHPC

OpenHPC: Community Building Blocks for HPC Systems

Karl Schultz from the Oden Institute gave this talk at HPCKP'19. "Formed initially in November 2015 and formalized as a Linux Foundation project in June 2016, OpenHPC...

Risk Aware Traffic Engineering
From The Eponymous Pickle

Risk Aware Traffic Engineering

Analysis and use risk measures a favorite approach of mine.  Risk-aware always a good idea.  Especially considering architectures.Using Wall Street secrets to reduce...

What Your Voice Reveals
From The Eponymous Pickle

What Your Voice Reveals

And of course you may be revealing things you want to keep private.   As this kind of pattern recognition advances we will see more of that.What Your Voice Reveals...

Digital Twins Grow Up
From The Eponymous Pickle

Digital Twins Grow Up

"Digital Twins Grow Up," by Samuel @samthewriter Greengard, says that digital twins, or exact #virtual representations of physical objects and #systems, are revolutionizing...

Magnetic Precise Drug Delivery
From The Eponymous Pickle

Magnetic Precise Drug Delivery

Seems a very good advance.  Do we know the exact implications of precise delivery of pharma?  Practical issues?A new way to deliver drugs with pinpoint targeting...

Cerebras Systems Unveils the Industry’s First Trillion Transistor Chip for AI
From insideHPC

Cerebras Systems Unveils the Industry’s First Trillion Transistor Chip for AI

Today AI startup Cerebras Systems unveiled the largest chip ever built. "The Cerebras Wafer-Scale Engine (WSE) is the largest chip ever built. 56x larger than any...

UPMEM Puts CPUs Inside Memory to Allow Apps to Run 20 Times Faster
From insideHPC

UPMEM Puts CPUs Inside Memory to Allow Apps to Run 20 Times Faster

Today UPMEM announced a Processing-in-Memory (PIM) acceleration solution that allows big data and AI applications to run 20 times faster and with 10 times lessUPMEM...

Video: Unboxing the NVIDIA DGX-1 Supercomputer at Georgia Tech
From insideHPC

Video: Unboxing the NVIDIA DGX-1 Supercomputer at Georgia Tech

In this video, Oded Green from NVIDIA unboxes a DGX-1 supercomputer at the College of Computing Data Center at Georgia Tech. "And while the DGX-1 arriving at Georgia...

Simulating Shock Turbulence Interactions on Stampede II
From insideHPC

Simulating Shock Turbulence Interactions on Stampede II

In this special guest feature, Jorge Salazar from TACC writes that Researchers are using XSEDE supercomputers to better understand shock turbulence interactions...

Stop and Shop has Robots in the Aisle
From The Eponymous Pickle

Stop and Shop has Robots in the Aisle

How they are being used is still unclear, but this could get customers used to the idea of robots in the aisle.   Pictures of the bots show an attempt to be humorous...

Influence Operations Kill Chain
From Schneier on Security

Influence Operations Kill Chain

Influence operations are elusive to define. The Rand Corp.'s definition is as good as any: "the collection of tactical information about an adversary as well as...

Smart Home Sensors for Alexa
From The Eponymous Pickle

Smart Home Sensors for Alexa

A good look, many from Samsung.    Not enough in the way of collaborative capabilities and skills for these.  I want to see more collaboration,  predictive AI and...
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