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Altran Collaborates With Qualcomm to Deliver 5G NR Software for Enhanced Public & Private 5G Network Solutions
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Altran Collaborates With Qualcomm to Deliver 5G NR Software for Enhanced Public & Private 5G Network Solutions

New York – February 15, 2021 – Altran, part of the Capgemini Group, announced plans today for its pre-integrated and validated 5G NR (new radio) software offering...

Spotting HPC, Exascale Bottlenecks with TAU CPU/GPU/MPI Profiler
From insideHPC

Spotting HPC, Exascale Bottlenecks with TAU CPU/GPU/MPI Profiler

Programmers cannot blindly guess which sections of their code might bottleneck performance. This problem is worsened when codes run across the variety of hardware...

From Computational Complexity

Two examples of Journalists being... Wrong. One BIG one small

 Journalists sometimes get things wrong.This is not news, but it is interesting when you KNOW they are wrong. 1) Scott Aaronson has a GREAT example regarding an...

Ready for the Next Pandemic
From The Eponymous Pickle

Ready for the Next Pandemic

Lets do this without destroying the education of the current generation. A number of articles on the proposition that we will be ready.  in IEEE SpectrumCOVID-19...

Quality Assurance and IOT
From The Eponymous Pickle

Quality Assurance and IOT

Been involved in the testing and utilizing of many IOT devices for the smarthome, and in the process found many bugs in process and software,     So quality assurance...

A Updated Look at No-Code/Lo-Code
From The Eponymous Pickle

A Updated Look at No-Code/Lo-Code

 A long time interest of mine:  How do we make complex things with much less code ... with no code if possible?   More productive.   Making it more secure as well...

Visualized Quantum Computing
From The Eponymous Pickle

Visualized Quantum Computing

Nicely done, largely non technical.   Visual look by an academicjust learning about the topic.:Visualizing Quantum Computation  in TowardsdataScienceFrom Zero to...

Welcome from the ACM-W Chair
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

Welcome from the ACM-W Chair

This month we feature ACM-W leadership team this month comes from Bushra Anjum, Standing Committees Co-Chair, with an interview about her involvement with Celebrating...

AI Cyber Defense  for Zero-Day Threats
From The Eponymous Pickle

AI Cyber Defense for Zero-Day Threats

Don't see how this works without lots of operational data to leverage.   And might it not be thwarted by adapting the system in some way?  And a good understanding...

Light Driven 3D Printing
From The Eponymous Pickle

Light Driven 3D Printing

See images at the link.   Improving speed and precision.Dynamic 3D Printing Process Features Light-Driven TwistBy Northwestern McCormick School of Engineering, ...

Science and Technology links (February 13th 2021)
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Science and Technology links (February 13th 2021)

Researchers make inexpensive transparent wood. Our cells produce energy using their mitochondria. Researchers show that you can efficiently enrich cells with mitochondria...

Chinese Supply-Chain Attack on Computer Systems
From Schneier on Security

Chinese Supply-Chain Attack on Computer Systems

Bloomberg News has a major story about the Chinese hacking computer motherboards made by Supermicro, Levono, and others. It’s been going on since at least 2008....

Micrometeorites are Falling
From The Eponymous Pickle

Micrometeorites are Falling

Now for something completely different, from studies of mine long ago.   Did you know that there is a near continuous shower of space dust falling down on us? https...

Weaknesses in ML
From The Eponymous Pickle

Weaknesses in ML

I like explanations of how a solution works in real world contexts.   Lots of work to still do.Uncovering Unknown Unknowns in Machine Learning  Google Blog., Thursday...

Omnichannel Search Using AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

Omnichannel Search Using AI

 Brought to my attention, they link to an e-book they offer.  Note the below is ad.  I am unconnected, have not tried this, but the thoughts and offer looked interesting...

Google Microsoft and Qualcomm Protest Nvidia-Arm Acquisition
From insideHPC

Google Microsoft and Qualcomm Protest Nvidia-Arm Acquisition

On the heels of an announcement by Arm Holdings yesterday that its silicon partners in the third quarter of 2020 shipped 6.7 billion Arm-based chips, news stories...

The Quantum Comprehension Gap and the Emergence of Quantum Ethics
From insideHPC

The Quantum Comprehension Gap and the Emergence of Quantum Ethics

Though years from potential fruition, quantum computing and its control has emerged as an issue among technology ethicists. But if a YouTube video released last...

Former CCC Council Member Kevin Fu Appointed as FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health Acting Director of Medical Device Cybersecurity
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Former CCC Council Member Kevin Fu Appointed as FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health Acting Director of Medical Device Cybersecurity

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) has appointed Former Computing Community Consortium (CCC) Council member...

Predicting COVID Spikes
From The Eponymous Pickle

Predicting COVID Spikes

Hmm, caution with such causal seeming predictions.   But interesting.    Google Search Can Help Predict Covid-19 Spikes   The Jerusalem Post, Zachary Keyser, February...

Standardizing Robot Operating Systems
From The Eponymous Pickle

Standardizing Robot Operating Systems

Just because they use the same software does not mean they will 'get along'.   Still the use of software that can communicate will make them easier to update and...
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