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3-D Printed Living Ink can Release Drugs
From The Eponymous Pickle

3-D Printed Living Ink can Release Drugs

 New possibilities for more directly efficient delivery methods.  Continue to be impressed by the new capabilities introduced by 3D printing. 3D-Printed 'Living...

Brandeis Marshall presents on Marginalization in Data Education
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Brandeis Marshall presents on Marginalization in Data Education

Brandeis Marshall, Professor of Computer Science at Spelman College, will present as a part of Columbia University Data Science Institute’s Race + Data Science...

AWS Does a RoboRunner
From The Eponymous Pickle

AWS Does a RoboRunner

Will be interesting to see what such services will include.At a keynote during its Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent 2021 conference today, Amazon launched AWS...

Detecting Sarcasm
From The Eponymous Pickle

Detecting Sarcasm

 Computers Detecting Sarcasm  An important component of modern communicationHow Computers Can Finally Detect Sarcasm Ramya Akula and the tech that lets sentiment...

Innovation Accelerated: Step Into Intel’s SC’21 Virtual Experience
From insideHPC

Innovation Accelerated: Step Into Intel’s SC’21 Virtual Experience

[Sponsored Post] Get the latest Intel and community technology updates in the virtual HPC + AI Pavilion for Supercomputing 2021. Catch the demos, fireside chats...

From Computational Complexity

Open: 4 colorability for graphs of bounded genus or bounded crossing number (has this been asked before?)

 I have  co-authored (with Nathan Hayes, Anthony Ostuni, Davin Park) an open problems column  on the topic of this post. It is here.Let g(G) be the genus of a graph...

Exotic Material for Superconductors
From The Eponymous Pickle

Exotic Material for Superconductors

 New materials for quantum computing  are a big deal. Exotic New Material Could Be Two Superconductors in One – With Serious Quantum Computing ApplicationsTOPICS...

Science and Technology links (Novembre 28th 2021)
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Science and Technology links (Novembre 28th 2021)

Government-funded research is getting more political and less diverse: The frequency of documents containing highly politicized terms has been increasing consistently...

Blog: AI in LIbraries
From The Eponymous Pickle

Blog: AI in LIbraries

Like to be involved.Sunday, November 28, 2021New directions in AI: formation of an IFLA Special Interest Group on Artificial IntelligenceThere is an online meeting...

Predicting Jet Engine Stability
From The Eponymous Pickle

Predicting Jet Engine Stability

Passing this along to my former colleagues at GE who may have comment, I am sure they already know of this simulation research. Tool Can Detect Precursor of Engine...

An ethnographic study of Eindhoven’s Smart City project
From Putting People First

An ethnographic study of Eindhoven’s Smart City project

This article explore the promises of security that are embedded in the smart city technologies and algorithms and their potential implications for creating social...

Testing Clearview Face Recognition
From The Eponymous Pickle

Testing Clearview Face Recognition

Would expect such methods to ultimately be well calibrated and put to common use.Clearview AI Does Well in Another Round of Facial Recognition Accuracy TestsByAfter...

AI Helping Data Management
From The Eponymous Pickle

AI Helping Data Management

Not unexpected, we often used analytic methods to provide predictive patterns to generate useful data streams.   But makes much sense to explore this directionAI...

How to Find Hidden Spy Cameras with a Smartphone
From The Eponymous Pickle

How to Find Hidden Spy Cameras with a Smartphone

How to Find Hidden Spy Cameras with a SmartphoneBy Help Net Security, November 24, 2021How it works. During the scan process, the Time-of-Flight sensor emits laser...

Are tenured professors more likely to speak freely?
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Are tenured professors more likely to speak freely?

University professors often have robust job security after a time: they receive tenure. It means that they usually do not have to worry about applying for a new...

Can a Free Internet Survive?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Can a Free Internet Survive?

What steps, what cost, what limits?Can a Free Internet Survive?,  By Samuel Greengard, Commissioned by CACM Staff, November 23, 2021In the beginning, Internet pioneers...

Principles for Innovative Engineers
From The Eponymous Pickle

Principles for Innovative Engineers

Very useful principles below at the link, we worked with Rosalind Picard long ago ... What Every Engineer and Computer Scientist Should Know: The Biggest Contributor...

SAS Customer Intelligence Blog
From The Eponymous Pickle

SAS Customer Intelligence Blog

 I have been reviewing reviewing SAS's blogs.  They nicely have a 'customer intelligence blog:Customer Intelligence BlogEvolving relationships for business growth...

New NVIDIA AI Brain
From The Eponymous Pickle

New NVIDIA AI Brain

 NVidia pushes on.NVIDIA's new AI brain for robots is six times more powerful than its predecessorAnd it can still fit in the palm of your handBy M. Moon, @mariella_moon...

Interpol Arrests Cybercrime Suspects
From The Eponymous Pickle

Interpol Arrests Cybercrime Suspects

Don't know much about Interpol, and how useful it can be regarding security,  but was once involved with data that they had gathered  regarding supply chain practices...
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