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Materials Innovation at Argonne
From The Eponymous Pickle

Materials Innovation at Argonne

 New looks at innovation with AI and HPC at Argonne.Automatic Database Creation for Materials Discovery: Innovation From FrustrationArgonne National Laboratory ...

HPC End User Survey: Intel Xeon Still Dominates but AMD EPYC Gaining
From insideHPC

HPC End User Survey: Intel Xeon Still Dominates but AMD EPYC Gaining

Industry analyst firm Intersect360 has released partial results from an end-user survey identifying the top-rated processors, servers and cloud vendors, according...

Hacking a Coffee Maker
From Schneier on Security

Hacking a Coffee Maker

As expected, IoT devices are filled with vulnerabilities: As a thought experiment, Martin Hron, a researcher at security company Avast, reverse engineered one of...

Beyond 'Human as Backup'
From The Eponymous Pickle

Beyond 'Human as Backup'

Nice piece that discusses a common approach of 'Human as Backup' vs other human-in-the loop alternatives.  Makes me think.Rethinking human-AI interaction   08 Jun...

Implications of Private Security Drones
From The Eponymous Pickle

Implications of Private Security Drones

Again, private security drones are a completely inevitable direction.Are Amazon’s flying security drones a threat to homeowner privacy?  by Tom Ryan in Retailwire...

Hot areas for Encryption Innovation
From The Eponymous Pickle

Hot areas for Encryption Innovation

Broad look at current activity.4 hot areas for encryption innovationResearchers are making progress on a variety of approaches to strengthen encryption techniques...

Catalyzing Computing Podcast Episode 27 – Global Security and Graph Analytics with Nadya Bliss (Part 1)
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Catalyzing Computing Podcast Episode 27 – Global Security and Graph Analytics with Nadya Bliss (Part 1)

A new episode of the Computing Community Consortium‘s (CCC) podcast, Catalyzing Computing, is now available. In this episode, Khari Douglas interviews Dr. Nadya...

Batteries Determining their own State
From The Eponymous Pickle

Batteries Determining their own State

 Was of interest to us when we were making batteries.Commercial battery cells that can monitor their own chemical and thermal state  by Ingrid Fadelli , in TechExplore...

Accelerate Your Applications with ROCm
From insideHPC

Accelerate Your Applications with ROCm

In this sponsored post by our friends over at AMD, discuss how the ROCm platform is designed so that a wide range of developers can develop accelerated applications...

From Computational Complexity

A Quote from Testla which is very predictive in one way, and perhaps not in another way

 Nikola Testla, famous inventor, who lived 1856--1943 said the following:When wireless is perfectly applied the whole earth will be converted intoa huge brain,...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

IBM Conference on the Informational Lens

Some differences from the Computational Lens Chai Wah Wu, Jonathan Lenchner, Charles Bennett, and Yuhai Tu are the moderators for the four days of the First IBM...

One Star Reviews
From The Eponymous Pickle

One Star Reviews

Good discussion of the process of manipulating reviewing on Amazon.  Have seen it a few times when scrolling about reviews AmazonAmazon's murky world of one-star...

Airman and his Robot
From The Eponymous Pickle

Airman and his Robot

 The future of an augmented and networked military.Tech. Sgt. ....  321st Contingency Response Squadron security team, patrols with a Ghost Robotics Vision 60 prototype...

Soft 3D Printing via NIST
From The Eponymous Pickle

Soft 3D Printing via NIST

 All the examples I have seen up front are 'hard', seems a considerable update.NIST Scientists Get Soft on 3D Printing  By U.S. National Institute of StandardsStandards...

Rand: Predicting the Future
From The Eponymous Pickle

Rand: Predicting the Future

How Accurate Are Predictions for the Future? In the Rand Review, with some interesting links and some of Rands own contributions to the topic, the Delphi technique...

Carebots vs Doctors
From The Eponymous Pickle

Carebots vs Doctors

Just about to have my second remote Dr visit of the Pandemic era.  So the question is home for me.  Now this is just a phone remote visit, really just a conference...

Self Erasing Chip
From The Eponymous Pickle

Self Erasing Chip

Some intriguing applications, could have used this for counterfeiting applications.  Expiring analysis applications.A Self-Erasing Chip for Security, Anti-Counterfeit...

AFWERX Announces Speakers for EngageSpace – Space Industry Event, Sept. 29-30, 2020
From insideHPC

AFWERX Announces Speakers for EngageSpace – Space Industry Event, Sept. 29-30, 2020

Las Vegas, Sept. 21, 2020 – AFWERX, the U.S. Air Force’s innovation catalyst, announced its line-up of keynote speakers and panels for EngageSpace, the interactive...

Ring Makes a Home Patrolling Drone
From The Eponymous Pickle

Ring Makes a Home Patrolling Drone

This could be a life and home changer.  Have seen some things that were similar.  Can this work in the messy environment of a home? Ring made a security drone that...

Training Machines to see 3D in the Dark
From The Eponymous Pickle

Training Machines to see 3D in the Dark

 A kind of enhanced sensory interaction.  Security an obvious application. Low light applications.How to Train a Machine to See 3D in the DarkAustralian National...
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