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CoolIT Systems Teams with STULZ for Liquid Cooling Down Under
From insideHPC

CoolIT Systems Teams with STULZ for Liquid Cooling Down Under

Today CoolIT Systems announced it has appointed STULZ ANZ as its master distributor for Rack DCLC products in the Australasian region. "As a business who prides...

Slidecast: Technology Trends Driving HPC
From insideHPC

Slidecast: Technology Trends Driving HPC

In this slidecast, Trish Damkroger from Intel presents: Technology Trends Driving HPC. "HPC is now critical for more use cases, complex workloads, and data-intensive...

Real Talk About Synonyms and Search
From The Noisy Channel

Real Talk About Synonyms and Search

When I talk to software engineers and product managers about improving their search engines, the conversation often leads to query expansion, and specifically synonyms...

Radio Free HPC Looks at NREL’s new Eagle Supercomputer
From insideHPC

Radio Free HPC Looks at NREL’s new Eagle Supercomputer

In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team looks at the new Eagle supercomputing under construction at NREL. "The new machine from HPE will run more detailed models...

Exploring the Convergence of AI, HPC & More
From insideHPC

Exploring the Convergence of AI, HPC & More

This fall, the Intel Extreme Performance Users Group (IXPUG) will host a free conference focused on key high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, and...

Avoiding Hyper Personalization
From The Eponymous Pickle

Avoiding Hyper Personalization

Mostly we don't notice this until its pointed out to us.Brands are using AI to drive hyper-personalization, but can it also help them avoid being hyper creepy? ...

James Mickens on the Current State of Computer Security
From Schneier on Security

James Mickens on the Current State of Computer Security

James Mickens gave an excellent keynote at the USENIX Security Conference last week, talking about the social aspects of security -- racism, sexism, etc. -- and...

The Case for Competition
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Case for Competition

Providing results are fairly measured,  goals are clear.The Case for Competition  in Strategy+BusinessWhen team members face off, it’s the whole organization that...

From Computational Complexity

Fractional Problems: 2.1-colorable, 2.8-SAT

Some graphs are 2-colorable, some graphs are 3-colorable, some graphs are...Does it make sense to say that a graph is 2.1-colorable? It does!(Source_ Factionalhere...

Science and Technology links (August 19th, 2018)
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Science and Technology links (August 19th, 2018)

Publishing your ideas is a central component of science and scholarship. To make it easier to publish, some companies and organizations have begun to offer pay-to...

Seeking Co-Creativity
From The Eponymous Pickle

Seeking Co-Creativity

Well of course, a kind of creativity augmentation.  But as the article suggests, Co-creativity takes it yet beyond.  Who/What initiates, develops, delivers?   Fascinating...

Visual Genomes Foundation Looks to Exascale for Ai
From insideHPC

Visual Genomes Foundation Looks to Exascale for Ai

A new effort from the Visual Genomes Foundation (VGF) looks to move visual artificial intelligence forward in big way. The first step: learn and record exabytes...

Containers: Shifter and Singularity on Blue Waters
From insideHPC

Containers: Shifter and Singularity on Blue Waters

In this video from the Blue Waters 2018 Symposium, Maxim Belkin presents a tutorial on Containers: Shifter and Singularity on Blue Waters. "Container solutionsContainers...

Rethinking Social Networks
From The Eponymous Pickle

Rethinking Social Networks

How can we use this idea to think about the evolution of social networks over time, and how they are influenced.?   We talked the implications of networks withRethinking...

Robots Get Uncannily Realistic, but Why?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Robots Get Uncannily Realistic, but Why?

Perhaps to engage, sell, enforce or to just prove it can be done.  Replace humans?  Mimic humans?  Put them in situations where humans should be present, but are...

Remarkable Accessibility and Assistant tech
From The Eponymous Pickle

Remarkable Accessibility and Assistant tech

Remarkable assisting technology is surveyed in DigitalTrends:From translating hearing aids to sign-language gloves, amazing assistive techThink that assistive technology...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

Power Circuits

Not anything to do with electrical engineering Alexei Miasnikov, Alexander Ushakov, and Dong Wook Won are the authors of a brilliant paper, “Power Circuits, Exponential...

Oracle Outsources GraphPipe
From The Eponymous Pickle

Oracle Outsources GraphPipe

Had not heard of this kind of work out of Oracle.   By its description of value to improved process.  Following up and will report on this.Oracle Open-Sources Graphpipe...

Programming FUNdamentals Books
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Programming FUNdamentals Books

Most programming textbooks just are not what I am looking for. They are too long. They are too dull. And they are written for teachers to use not for students to...

RPA and Test Automation
From The Eponymous Pickle

RPA and Test Automation

Been intrigued by uses of RPA (Robotic Process Automation)  Here from the Gartner Blog, perhaps an obvious one, Test automation.  A brief post follows, but sets...
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