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Exascale in Europe
From insideHPC

Exascale in Europe

Europe has developed a strategy for exascale computing, through partnerships and collaboration of European HPC vendors, academic institutions and HPC centers. It...

Why Don't People Use Voice to Buy?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Why Don't People Use Voice to Buy?

 Good points made here about the buying use via smart speakers.   Privacy concerns and lack of screens hurt.    But it's also a matter of the speakers being unable...

ACM Scholarship Winners!
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

ACM Scholarship Winners!

The ACM Scholarship for Attendance of Research Conferences program provides support for women students in Computer Science and related programs who wish to attend...

More on Google Meena Chatbot: Making Contextual Sense
From The Eponymous Pickle

More on Google Meena Chatbot: Making Contextual Sense

More on the recently announced Google chatbot.  As I have said before, we often see intelligence in our day to day world as a conversation.   Person to person,Artificial...

Algorithm to Improve Marketing
From The Eponymous Pickle

Algorithm to Improve Marketing

Seems something we have done for a while.  Is the algorithm more efficient? More numerical?  Note the claim for use of statistical methods and ML.Algorithm Analyzes...

Explaining Bioprinting
From The Eponymous Pickle

Explaining Bioprinting

From MIT's 'Audio Explaining' feature, well done.   Full audio at the link below.Audio explainer: Exploring the fields of bioprinting and biohybrid materials  MIT...

Coronavirus Examination via AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

Coronavirus Examination via AI

No idea if there is any credibility in this, but the initial link is connected to the Lancet, a well known professional healthcare journal, Worth a close look.Forbes...

Testing Self-Driving Cars in Extreme Conditions
From The Eponymous Pickle

Testing Self-Driving Cars in Extreme Conditions

Extremes of data can be important.  Now how are they folded into the tests being proposed?Research Data Puts Self-Driving Cars to the Ultimate Test: Canadian Winter...

University of Florida Accelerates BioTech Research with Qumulo
From insideHPC

University of Florida Accelerates BioTech Research with Qumulo

The University of Florida has chosen Qumulo’s distributed file system for its scalable capacity, real-time data analytics, and industry-recognized commitment to...

2020 Microsoft Research Dissertation Grant Accepting Proposals
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

2020 Microsoft Research Dissertation Grant Accepting Proposals

The following is a blog from Meredith Ringel Morris, Sr. Principal Researcher & MSR Dissertation Grant Chair.  We are currently accepting proposals for the Microsoft...

PASC20 talk to explore Data Landscapes to Rescue Species from Extinction
From insideHPC

PASC20 talk to explore Data Landscapes to Rescue Species from Extinction

Today PASC20 announced that this year’s Public Lecture will be presented by Dalia Conde, Professor at the University of Southern Denmark and Director of Science...

Compute Canada’s Magic Castle: Terraforming the Cloud for HPC
From insideHPC

Compute Canada’s Magic Castle: Terraforming the Cloud for HPC

Félix-Antoine Fortin from Compute Canada gave this talk at FOSDEM 2020. "Magic Castle uses the open-source software Terraform and HashiCorp Language (HCL) to define...

Compendium of articles published on Numerical Algorithms for HPC Science
From insideHPC

Compendium of articles published on Numerical Algorithms for HPC Science

The Royal Society Publishing has recently released a special compendium of articles based on a recent scientific discussion meeting with HPC Industry thought leaders...

Bots that Make the Wikipedia Work
From The Eponymous Pickle

Bots that Make the Wikipedia Work

Quite instructive and interesting look at behind the scenes at the WP.  I can see this same approach being used for some things we tried to do with enterprise level...

Stanford Student Program Gives Supercomputers a Second Life
From insideHPC

Stanford Student Program Gives Supercomputers a Second Life

A novel program at Stanford is finding a second life for used HPC clusters, providing much-needed computational resources for research while giving undergraduate...

More Power in Chips at the Edge
From The Eponymous Pickle

More Power in Chips at the Edge

Move forward here, to learn and implement AI in edge applications of IOT,  Here a look at some progress with more to follow.ARM’s new edge AI chips promise IoTThe...

Arena Scale VR
From The Eponymous Pickle

Arena Scale VR

Location based experiences.  Games, entertainment and beyond.    At large scale.   Will be be able to broadly participate in large scale games?  Considerable look...

Game Plan for Quantum Computing
From The Eponymous Pickle

Game Plan for Quantum Computing

Good thoughts on the new technology and its specific applications.A game plan for quantum computingFebruary 2020 | Article  McKinseyBy Alexandre Ménard, Ivan Ostojic...

ACM-W North America News
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

ACM-W North America News

ACM-W North America welcomes the newest ACM-W Student chapter, California State University at Chico! Shout out to Bryan Dixon (faculty sponsor), Tanya Bellen Bonilla...

Apple's Tracking-Prevention Feature in Safari has a Privacy Bug
From Schneier on Security

Apple's Tracking-Prevention Feature in Safari has a Privacy Bug

Last month, engineers at Google published a very curious privacy bug in Apple's Safari web browser. Apple's Intelligent Tracking Prevention, a feature designed...
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