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Design Thinking, Improv
From The Eponymous Pickle

Design Thinking, Improv

Upcoming short free talk.You are invited to attend:ISSIP Service Design Speaker SeriesRadical cross-collaboration at Cisco with Design Thinking & Improvon Wednesday...

Game Based Learning and the Power of the Human Element
From The Eponymous Pickle

Game Based Learning and the Power of the Human Element

Of interest to my readers,  following up:Franz,My new, co-authored book has been launched and may be of interest to members of your community.Emotify!: The Power...

Google Power Generating Kites to be Axed
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Power Generating Kites to be Axed

Remember reading the early reports on this, and seemed very interesting in possibility. but cost and risk was unclear.Google parent pulls the plug on power-generating...

Training Autonomous AI Combatants
From The Eponymous Pickle

Training Autonomous AI Combatants

Expect this, at all sorts of levels of autonomy.  Offensive and Defensive.How to Train Your AI Soldier Robots (and the Humans Who Command Them)  in The RAND Blog...

Autonomous Cars
From The Eponymous Pickle

Autonomous Cars

Comment, with more detail:' ... My name is Jennifer Bowen, and I'm working with a site called PartCatalog.com.  We just published an article that answers a question...

Video: RISC-V momentum around the world, from edge to HPC
From insideHPC

Video: RISC-V momentum around the world, from edge to HPC

In this keynote talk from the 2020 HiPEAC conference, RISC-V Foundation Chief Executive Calista Redmond explains how the RISC-V open-source instruction set architecture...

Podcast: Co-Design for Online Data Analysis and Reduction at Exascale
From insideHPC

Podcast: Co-Design for Online Data Analysis and Reduction at Exascale

In this Let's Talk Exascale podcast, Ian Foster from Argonne National Lab describes how the CODAR project at ECP is addressing the needs for data reduction, analysis...

Google Moving UK Data
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Moving UK Data

Note that 'where' data is held may start to become an important issue.  Note also the specific considerations that Google is indicating here, as part of BrexitGoogle...

The Spatial Web
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Spatial Web

Brought back to my attention,  dated  (2018) ,  The Spatial Web,  still relevant?The Spatial Web Will Map Our 3D World—And Change Everything In the Process  By ...

Science and Technology links (February 22nd 2020)
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Science and Technology links (February 22nd 2020)

In a large cohort study, the highest probability of reaching 90 years old was found for those drinking between 5g and 15 g of alcohol per day. This does not mean...

Video: A Preview of SC20 in Atlanta
From insideHPC

Video: A Preview of SC20 in Atlanta

In this video, SC20 General Chair Christine E. Cuicchi from the DoD Modernization Program previews the Supercomputing conference coming to Atlanta in November.Video...

Books by Stephen Few
From The Eponymous Pickle

Books by Stephen Few

A look at all of  Stephen Few's books on the viz and use  of data, including his latest:The Data Loom, Stephen Few, $15.95 (U.S.), Analytics Press, May 15, 2019...

Simple innovations are the Most Used
From The Eponymous Pickle

Simple innovations are the Most Used

Anyone in this space for a while knows the drill.Larry Tesler: Computer Scientist Behind Cut, Copy, and Paste Dies at Age 74     BBC NewsLarry Tesler, inventor...

Job of the Week: HPC Architect at NVIDIA
From insideHPC

Job of the Week: HPC Architect at NVIDIA

NVIDIA is seeking an HPC Architect in our Job of the Week. "NVIDIA is developing processor and system architectures for accelerated high performance computing,Job...

AI and Clinical Trials
From The Eponymous Pickle

AI and Clinical Trials

General overview of the state of the technical advances.Artificial Intelligence Ushers in a New Era of Cost-Effective Clinical Trials Contributed Commentary byClinical...

Tag of Everything to Protect Supply Chain
From The Eponymous Pickle

Tag of Everything to Protect Supply Chain

Tagging everything uniquely.  Authenticity.  Devil in the details.  " ... Tiny, battery-free ID chip can authenticate nearly any product to help combat losses to...

Friday Squid Blogging: 13-foot Giant Squid Caught off New Zealand Coast
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: 13-foot Giant Squid Caught off New Zealand Coast

It's probably a juvenile: Researchers aboard the New Zealand-based National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research Ltd (NIWA) research vessel Tangaroa were...

My thoughts on how research funding is attributed in Canada to Computer Science
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

My thoughts on how research funding is attributed in Canada to Computer Science

In Canada, most computer science professors seek funding with NSERC, the main Canadian funding agency for science and engineering. It is more or less the equivalent...

Inrupt, Tim Berners-Lee's Solid, and Me
From Schneier on Security

Inrupt, Tim Berners-Lee's Solid, and Me

For decades, I have been talking about the importance of individual privacy. For almost as long, I have been using the metaphor of digital feudalism to describe...

A Short History of Ethereum
From The Eponymous Pickle

A Short History of Ethereum

Ethereum provides an instuctive aspect of blockchains, including a more generalized aspect of smart contracts that is useful.Blockchain: A Very Short History Of...
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