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20 Years of the Computational Complexity Weblog

I first posted on this blog twenty years ago today, still the oldest and longest running weblog in theoretical computer science, possibly in all of computer science...

Bionic Hand Arms Race
From The Eponymous Pickle

Bionic Hand Arms Race

 Quite interesting developments are at hand at hand.  Good overview of the space, linking to more. THE BIONIC-HAND ARMS RACE  in IEEE SpectrumThe prosthetics industry...

The Road beyond 5G, Value?
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Road beyond 5G, Value?

Have not seen much out of 5GThe Road to 6G    By Keith KirkpatrickCommunications of the ACM, September 2022, Vol. 65 No. 9, Pages 14-16   10.1145/3546959Although...

Integrating Plants into Building Design
From The Eponymous Pickle

Integrating Plants into Building Design

Like the integration of plants and buildings.   Beyond sustainability.  Playing with Dirt Leads to Big Potential for Sustainable BuildingsUVA Today, Karen Walker...

Catching sanitizer errors programmatically
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Catching sanitizer errors programmatically

The C and C++ languages offer little protection against programmer errors. Errors do not always show up where you expect. You can silently corrupt the content of...

Scar Tissue Control for Implants
From The Eponymous Pickle

Scar Tissue Control for Implants

Design prevents buildup of scar tissue around medical implantsA new device, which doesn’t rely on immunosuppressing drugs, may assist efforts to develop an artificial...

Siemens on EV Development
From The Eponymous Pickle

Siemens on EV Development

 Siemens on V DevelopmentDrive vehicle electrification and manage increasing complexity by transforming electric vehicle developmentUntil recently, electric vehicles...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

A Theoretical Question About UAPs

What should be the Bayesian prior for a new NASA study? Crop from ‘Interstellar’ discussion David Spergel is a physics professor emeritus of Princeton University...

Frontier Exascale Unveiling: ‘Breathtaking…, a Huge Leap Forward for Science, for Our Country”
From insideHPC

Frontier Exascale Unveiling: ‘Breathtaking…, a Huge Leap Forward for Science, for Our Country”

It was a day of high pride at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, a day to stop and take stock of the successful completion of a project based on an idea – exascaleFrontier...

China Breaks Memory Entanglement Distance
From The Eponymous Pickle

China Breaks Memory Entanglement Distance

This came up recently for an application proposal.  China Breaks Record for Quantum Memory Entanglement DistanceTom's HardwareFrancisco Pires, August 17, 2022Researchers...

@HPCpodcast: CXL News, the CHIPS Act, Chips and Nm and Chip ‘Sprawl’
From insideHPC

@HPCpodcast: CXL News, the CHIPS Act, Chips and Nm and Chip ‘Sprawl’

We’ve heard so much about the CXL interconnect – including the recent announcement of CXL v3.0 – and components that are CXL-ready, that it may come as a surprise...

Sound Waves Let Researchers Build Stuff with the Force
From The Eponymous Pickle

Sound Waves Let Researchers Build Stuff with the Force

 This is very interesting, but would have to see some real examples.Sound Waves Let Researchers Build Stuff with the ForceBy Gizmodo, August 18, 2022A system for...

Housing Crises
From The Eponymous Pickle

Housing Crises

Brought up to me recently by people having this problem.  Investing in Flow    by Marc AndreessenOur nation has a housing crisis.The demographic trends drivingThe...

Rice Team Wins $1.5 NSF Award for Biomolecule-based Data Storage
From insideHPC

Rice Team Wins $1.5 NSF Award for Biomolecule-based Data Storage

Rice University synthetic biologists have won a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to modify living cells to act as memory-storage devices...

Who is Collecting Data from Your Car?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Who is Collecting Data from Your Car?

 Its all about the leverage of data from many sources.Who Is Collecting Data from Your Car?  From The MarkupA firehose of sensitive data from your vehicle is flowing...

MIT Engineers Fabricate an Electronic Skin
From The Eponymous Pickle

MIT Engineers Fabricate an Electronic Skin

Always interesting things from MIT.Engineers Fabricate a Chip-Free, Wireless Electronic 'Skin'By MIT News, August 18, 2022MIT engineers have devised a new kindThe...

10th Annual MVAPICH User Group (MUG) Meeting August 22-24, 2022  Columbus, OH
From insideHPC

10th Annual MVAPICH User Group (MUG) Meeting August 22-24, 2022 Columbus, OH

The MVAPICH User Group (MUG) meeting will be held Aug. 22-24 in Columbus, OH. Registration is here. The MUG meeting is intended to provide an open forum for users...

UASG Publishes FY23 Action Plan; Increases Focus on Technical Communities
From Universal Acceptance Steering Group

UASG Publishes FY23 Action Plan; Increases Focus on Technical Communities

The Universal Acceptance Steering Group (UASG) has published its annual operating plan for FY23 (July 2022 – June 2023). The FY23 Action Plan provides an overview...

Quantum Annealing Can Beat Classical Computing in Limited Cases
From The Eponymous Pickle

Quantum Annealing Can Beat Classical Computing in Limited Cases

 Have mentioned Quantum Annealing methods here a number of time.  And D-Wave, a successful effort in delivering related capabilities as Quantum solutions.     Recall...

From Computational Complexity

Conference Modality

We have had an almost normal summer conference season, for some sense of normal. At one of those conferences I participated in an hybrid conversation about whether...
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