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Cognitive Bias in Software Development
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Cognitive Bias in Software Development

Intro to research paper in ACM, considerable, technical, worth understandingCognitive Biases in Software DevelopmentBy Souti Chattopadhyay, Nicholas Nelson, Audrey...

We are Training Much Faster  Now
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We are Training Much Faster Now

Faster, better training is here outlined and described. We’re Training AI Twice as Fast This Year as Last New MLPerf rankings show training times plunging     By...

Microsoft AI Spots Ransomware?
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Microsoft AI Spots Ransomware?

 Have not heard much of this elsewhere.How Microsoft's AI spots ransomware attacks before they even get started   in ZDNetMicrosoft is targeting human-operatedWritten...

Wal-Mart Adds Cloud Capabilities
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Wal-Mart Adds Cloud Capabilities

 Wal-Mart Adds Cloud Capabilities and takes control  ACM TECHNEWSWalmart Amps Up Cloud Capabilities, Reducing Reliance on Tech GiantsBy The Wall Street JournalRetailer...

First CRISPR Gene Editing Drug
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First CRISPR Gene Editing Drug

Pharma advances  The first CRISPR gene-editing drug, designed to treat blood disorders, could be on the market by 2023. Here’s what it means for the future of drug...

Using Makeup to Defeat Suveillance
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Using Makeup to Defeat Suveillance

Considerable and technical piece in the current  CACM.    Consider the implications.  Short intro: Using Makeup to Block Surveillance     By Esther SheinCommunications...

Intel Announces Silicon Photonics
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Intel Announces Silicon Photonics

 Quite interesting from IntelIntel announces silicon photonics advancement towards optical I/OArne Verheyde @witeken in VenturebeatIntel has demonstrated an eight...

@HPCpodcast: At the HPC User Forum — A Frontier Visit, the State of Quantum and Supercomputing Center Staffing Woes
From insideHPC

@HPCpodcast: At the HPC User Forum — A Frontier Visit, the State of Quantum and Supercomputing Center Staffing Woes

In this episode of the @HPCpodcast we focus on the HPC User Forum, run by industry analyst firm Hyperion Research and held last week at Oak Ridge National Laboratory...

Kathryn Kelley Joins CASC as Executive Director
From insideHPC

Kathryn Kelley Joins CASC as Executive Director

June 30, 2022 — The Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation (CASC) has announce that Kathryn Kelley has joined CASC as it’s new Executive Director. For more...

Examining AI Liability
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Examining AI Liability

 Good overview of the topic and related liability issues, we looked at this in early AI and analytical applications. Now especially applicable in automated vehicles...

Soft Robot Made of Magnetic Slime
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Soft Robot Made of Magnetic Slime

More small and soft robotics.  Healthcare?  Note possible use. Researchers in Hong Kong create 'soft robot' made of magnetic slimeResearchers at The Chinese University...

Atos Opens Life Sciences Centre of Excellence for Drug Development and Precision Health in UK
From insideHPC

Atos Opens Life Sciences Centre of Excellence for Drug Development and Precision Health in UK

Paris, 30 June, 2022 – Atos, in agreement with the Wellcome Genome Campus in Cambridgeshire, UK, today announced the opening of its global Life Sciences CentreAtos...

Kellogg is Splitting into 3 Companies:
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Kellogg is Splitting into 3 Companies:

 Quite unexpected, a major CPG.    Can we expect more?  Kellogg is splitting into 3 companies: Here’s what each one will focus onThe cereal giant will become three...

Studying Very Large Genomic Datasets
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Studying Very Large Genomic Datasets

 Note addressing very large datasets, likely AI applications.  Scientists Develop Algorithms to Study Genomic DataUCLA Samueli School of Engineering, June 28, 2022...

NIST Tracks Software for Investigations
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NIST Tracks Software for Investigations

Broader than just software related aspects it seems,  digital files in any criminal  investigation,  will this lead to privacy objections? NIST Update to Software...

TikTok a Dangerous Risk?
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TikTok a Dangerous Risk?

 Following up on this.   My guess it would be very hard now to get significant number of folks to delete it.Is TikTok Seriously Dangerous—Do You Need To DeleteZak...

DOE Awards 18M HPC Node Hours to 45 ASCR Projects, Including Access to Perlmutter, Polaris and Frontier
From insideHPC

DOE Awards 18M HPC Node Hours to 45 ASCR Projects, Including Access to Perlmutter, Polaris and Frontier

June 29, 2022 – Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that 18 million node-hours have been awarded to 45 scientific projects under the Advanced Scientific...

MLPerf: Latest Results Highlight ‘More Capable ML Training’
From insideHPC

MLPerf: Latest Results Highlight ‘More Capable ML Training’

Open engineering consortium MLCommons has released new results from MLPerf Training v2.0, which measures how fast various platforms train machine learning models...

Towards a Quantum Circuit
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Towards a Quantum Circuit

Considerable step?Huge Step Forward in Quantum Computing Announced: The First-Ever Quantum CircuitBy ScienceAlert, June 23, 2022The final quantum chip contained...

HPE Launches ProLiant Servers Using Ampere Chips
From insideHPC

HPE Launches ProLiant Servers Using Ampere Chips

LAS VEGAS – June 28, 2022 – Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) said it is the first major server provider to deliver a new line of cloud-native compute solutions...
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