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Not Ready of Web 3.0 and Why
From The Eponymous Pickle

Not Ready of Web 3.0 and Why

Good piece by Tim O'Reilly, intro below, more at the link.Why it’s too early to get excited about Web3   By Tim O’ReillyThere’s been a lot of talk about Web3 lately...

Quantum Brilliance in $22.5M Quantum Chips Project
From insideHPC

Quantum Brilliance in $22.5M Quantum Chips Project

STUTTGART, Germany, January 19, 2022 — Quantum Brilliance, a German-Australian manufacturer of innovative quantum computing hardware, today announced a joint research...

Russian Hypermarket Tour
From The Eponymous Pickle

Russian Hypermarket Tour

 As someone who has toured European and Asian grocery/hypermarkets in past years for a major US retailer, found this fascinating.   Prices in Russia, especially...

New NVIDIA Robot Brain
From The Eponymous Pickle

New NVIDIA Robot Brain

 Pushing forward robotic power. NVIDIA's new AI brain for robots is six times more powerful than its predecessorAnd it can still fit in the palm of your hand.By...

Agnostiq Partners With Mila to Bridge Quantum-Machine Learning
From insideHPC

Agnostiq Partners With Mila to Bridge Quantum-Machine Learning

TORONTO, Jan. 18, 2022 — Agnostiq, Inc., a quantum computing SaaS startup, announced a partnership with Montreal-based Mila, a machine learning research institute...

Levis using AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

Levis using AI

Note interesting links to marketing. Levi's AI Chief Says Algorithms Have Helped Boost RevenueBy The Wall Street Journal, December 28, 2021Artificial intelligence...

Dell Technologies Interview: How Cambridge University Pushed the Wilkes3 Supercomputer to No. 4 on the Green500
From insideHPC

Dell Technologies Interview: How Cambridge University Pushed the Wilkes3 Supercomputer to No. 4 on the Green500

[SPONSORED CONTENT]  In this interview conducted on behalf of Dell Technologies, insideHPC spoke with Dr. Paul Calleja, director of Research Computing ServicesDell...

What is the ‘range’ of a number type?
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

What is the ‘range’ of a number type?

In programming, we often represent numbers using types that have specific ranges. For example, 64-bit signed integer types can represent all integers between -9223372036854775808...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

Zoom Workshop E-Minder: 4pm ET Today

And a place to look for fallback info in case things go wrong This is a deviation from the “blog invariants” that were maintained for 1,000 posts. We’ll be happy...

Computer Science for the sake of ?
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Computer Science for the sake of ?

My grandson in kindergarten has a class in reading. It makes sense as he is just learning how to read. Over time, school spends less time teaching how to read and...

Examining Bounties for Security
From The Eponymous Pickle

Examining Bounties for Security

Schneier writes   on the bug/security marketplace, incudes a place for the usual considerable expert comment.    Intriguing to see how and if this will continue...

Robots, Machine Learning for Distribution
From The Eponymous Pickle

Robots, Machine Learning for Distribution

Clever application here.Robotic Arms Use Machine Leanring to Reach Deeper into DistributionBy The Wall Street Journal, January 12, 2022Robots increasingly are being...

Cars Becoming Smartphones
From The Eponymous Pickle

Cars Becoming Smartphones

 As cars become smartphones, Big Auto turns to handset chipmaker to surviveLegacy automakers underestimated the importance of employing the latest technology in...

Metaverse Trials Useful in Retail
From The Eponymous Pickle

Metaverse Trials Useful in Retail

Lots of things we also examined, with different names and contexts.Can the metaverse solve retail’s returns challenges?by Nikki Baird in RetailwireWe’ve seen aWhile...

This Blog
From The Eponymous Pickle

This Blog

 Note:   The automated tagging function  in Google Blogger has been inactive for the last six months or so, which means that some tags I apply may not have been...

Transform a face mask into a monitor?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Transform a face mask into a monitor?

 'Fitbit for the Face' Can Turn Any Face Mask into Smart Monitoring DeviceNorthwestern University Newscenter, Amanda Morris, January 12, 2022Researchers at Northwestern...

Heart Cells with Electronic Warning Sensors
From The Eponymous Pickle

Heart Cells with Electronic Warning Sensors

ACM NEWS'Pop-Up' Electronic Sensors Could Detect When Heart Cells MisbehaveBy University of California San Diego, December 28, 2021Engineers at the University of...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

Happy 1,000th Post and 75th Birthday, Dick

Plus an open Zoom mini-workshop Monday 1/17, 4–5:30pm ET From Rich DeMillo Richard Lipton founded this blog 1,000 posts ago. He was not quite as young as in the...

Atos to Install HPC system at Technische Universität Dresden
From insideHPC

Atos to Install HPC system at Technische Universität Dresden

Munich, Paris – January 13 2022 – Atos today announces that it has been awarded a contract to install a new supercomputing cluster at Technische Universität Dresden...

Deep Learning Can’t be Trusted
From The Eponymous Pickle

Deep Learning Can’t be Trusted

Deep Learning Can’t be Trusted,  Brain Modelling Pioneer Says Stephen Grossberg explains why his ART model is better  in Spectrum  IEEEBy  KATHY PRETZ During the...
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