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Radio Free HPC – Big Changes at Intel: Gelsinger Takes the Helm
From insideHPC

Radio Free HPC – Big Changes at Intel: Gelsinger Takes the Helm

Our main topic today is Intel, with the bulk of the discussion surrounding the return of Pat Gelsinger as Intel’s new CEO. Pat was a 30-year veteran of Intel before...

Spelling in the MS AI Research Blog
From The Eponymous Pickle

Spelling in the MS AI Research Blog

 Had not thought the idea of capturing spellings in multiple languages was important, but this piece makes the point.Microsoft details Speller100, an AI system ...

Alexa in India
From The Eponymous Pickle

Alexa in India

Apparently quite popular in  India. I did a quick survey of contacts in Germany and could not get much response. Will look more deeply.   Anyone with a pointerAmazon...

Inhalio: Cloud Based Digital Scent
From The Eponymous Pickle

Inhalio: Cloud Based Digital Scent

Brought back to my attention.   We had worked in the understanding and delivery of scent systems in retail through our future store innovation center.  Met with...

From Computational Complexity

The Victoria Delfino Problems: an example of math problems named after a non-mathematician

 If you Google Victoria Delfino you will find that she is a real estate agent in LA (well, one of the Victoria Delfino's you find is such).  After this blog isVictoria...

Top Vision Papers via KDNuggets
From The Eponymous Pickle

Top Vision Papers via KDNuggets

 Great often inspirational, leading edge AI stuff.  Technical details.  From KDNuggets.  Most have good embedded video explanations.The top 10 computer vision papers...

Jobs Created from AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

Jobs Created from AI

An argument like all leading emergent tech will create more jobs than it destroys.AI Will Create Millions More Jobs Than It Will Destroy. Here’s HowBy Byron Reese...

Exploring the Quantum World
From The Eponymous Pickle

Exploring the Quantum World

Exploring the Quantum World:  An index to Ars Technica's,   a multi part view of the science behind Quantum.  By physicist Miguel F. Morales Prof at U of Washington...

How Healthcare Changed
From The Eponymous Pickle

How Healthcare Changed

And have been in the middle of it.   Innovation is growing.   Good overview piece:How Healthcare Changed in 2020By Katherine Boyarsky | January 7, 2021 Owl Labs...

Qualcomm Chip Research
From The Eponymous Pickle

Qualcomm Chip Research

Smaller, faster chips to learn and deliver.Qualcomm research could lower the barriers to visual AI everywhere, By Jack Gold in VenturebeatDemand is growing forChip...

Where did Those Images come From?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Where did Those Images come From?

Worked on an image recognition problem that could have used this approach to determine where certain images where coming from, either to validate them, or to determine...

Biomimicking Learning by DragonFly
From The Eponymous Pickle

Biomimicking Learning by DragonFly

Like the idea of biomimicry for certain adaptive robotic abilities,  here an example at a fairly low level.  Technical.Bio-Inspired Robotics: Learning From Dragonflies...

Virtual Reality to Assess Cognitive Abilities
From The Eponymous Pickle

Virtual Reality to Assess Cognitive Abilities

 Heard of this kind of approach somewhere.   Either for determining brain and tactile health, or to use after specialized training, to assess abilities.   Researchers...

Science and Technology links (February 6th 2021)
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Science and Technology links (February 6th 2021)

You can use artificial intelligence and satellite images to count the number of elphants found in the wild. It appears that a billion people on Earth now use an...

Password Autofill for Security
From The Eponymous Pickle

Password Autofill for Security

Starting to see this more generally provided by browsers, here is one from MS.  Which should lead to better passwords, if  we assume the  MS site remains secure...

EPCC Selects Cerebras Systems AI Supercomputer
From insideHPC

EPCC Selects Cerebras Systems AI Supercomputer

Los Altos, Calif. & Edinburgh, UK — Cerebras Systems, the high performance artificial intelligence (AI) compute company, and EPCC, the supercomputing centre atEPCC...

NSF Distinguished Lecture: How to Represent Part-Whole Hierarchies in a Neural Net
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

NSF Distinguished Lecture: How to Represent Part-Whole Hierarchies in a Neural Net

Geoffrey Hinton, University of Toronto, will present “How to Represent Part-Whole Hierarchies in a Neural Net,” part of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Computer...

Predicting Asymtomatic Carrier
From The Eponymous Pickle

Predicting Asymtomatic Carrier

 Would appear to be very big thing if it works significantly, as it suggests below. AI Predicts Asymptomatic Carriers of Covid-19IEEE Spectrum, Emily Waltz,  February...

CRA to Develop a Mentoring Program for NSF’s CSGrad4US Graduate Fellowship
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

CRA to Develop a Mentoring Program for NSF’s CSGrad4US Graduate Fellowship

In response to the National Science Foundation (NSF) Computer and Information Science and Engineering (CISE) Directorate’s recently announced CSGrad4US Fellowship...

Friday Squid Blogging: Live Giant Squid Found in Japan
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Live Giant Squid Found in Japan

A giant squid was found alive in the port of Izumo, Japan. Not a lot of news, just this Twitter thread (with a couple of videos). If confirmed, I believe this will...
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