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Energy Grid Outages Addressed
From The Eponymous Pickle

Energy Grid Outages Addressed

Duke Energy is our local Energy system.Universities team up on effort to improve grid for Duke EnergyUNC Charlotte’s Energy Production and Infrastructure Center...

Value of Using Google Assistance for Translation
From The Eponymous Pickle

Value of Using Google Assistance for Translation

What we always wanted, a seamless translation mode. That made us completely indifferent to the language in use.  Hearing and speaking.   Its not quite here yet,...

Live Video Trolling on Ring
From The Eponymous Pickle

Live Video Trolling on Ring

Just got word of this.  Ring Cameras hacked for sheer harassment.  Perhaps for  a belief that personal protection by surveillance systems are by their nature illegitimate...

Can Computers be Conscious?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Can Computers be Conscious?

Don't  absolutely know they cannot compute consciousness unless I know the definition of consciousness being used.   With a very bare definition a computer 'knows...

Upcoming Speaking Engagements
From Schneier on Security

Upcoming Speaking Engagements

This is a current list of where and when I am scheduled to speak: I'm speaking at SecIT by Heise in Hannover, Germany on March 26, 2020. The list is maintained...

Amazon and Corporate Digital Procurement
From The Eponymous Pickle

Amazon and Corporate Digital Procurement

A key topic to manage  in the enterprise.  And managing the components of products you need to procure.Amazon Business brings procurement into the digital era  ...

Science and Technology links (December 14th 2019)
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Science and Technology links (December 14th 2019)

The computation capacity needed by artificial intelligence doubles every 3.4 months. In parallel, we are making fast progress in hardware and software: what took...

Job of the Week: NRL Research Scientist at SAIC
From insideHPC

Job of the Week: NRL Research Scientist at SAIC

SAIC in Monterey, California is seeking an NRL Research Scientist in our Job of the Week. "SAIC is a premier technology integrator, solving our nation's most complex...

Quantum Bull
From The Eponymous Pickle

Quantum Bull

So is Quantum her already, or are we in the midst of a hype storm?    Check out the links below and explore.   A number of technical big players are participating...

Radio Free HPC Recaps SC19
From insideHPC

Radio Free HPC Recaps SC19

In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team looks back the “State Fair for Nerds” that was SC19. "At this year’s conference, we not only learned the latest discoveries...

Friday Squid Blogging: Color-Changing Properties of the Opalescent Inshore Squid
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Color-Changing Properties of the Opalescent Inshore Squid

Interesting stuff. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven't covered. Read my blog posting guidelines...

On Event Meshes
From The Eponymous Pickle

On Event Meshes

Interesting look at the concept, a way to add some structure around events of importance, an element addressing the context of events.Why Event Meshes Should Be...

University of Siegen Doubles Down on Bright Computing for HPC Management
From insideHPC

University of Siegen Doubles Down on Bright Computing for HPC Management

Bright Computing recently announced that the University of Siegen has expanded its use of the company's HPC system management software to address the increasingly...

SC19 Cluster Competition: Students Pack LINs and HPCG’s
From insideHPC

SC19 Cluster Competition: Students Pack LINs and HPCG’s

In this special guest feature, Dan Olds from OrionX.net continues his series of stories on the SC19 Student Cluster Competition. Held as part of the [email protected]

Why HPC is no longer just for government labs and academic institutions
From insideHPC

Why HPC is no longer just for government labs and academic institutions

In this special guest feature, Trish Damkroger from Intel writes that only HPC can handle the pending wave of Big Data coming to datacenters from Smart Cities.Why...

Julia Computing and NVIDIA Bring Julia GPU Acceleration to Arm
From insideHPC

Julia Computing and NVIDIA Bring Julia GPU Acceleration to Arm

Julia Computing and NVIDIA have brought Julia to NVIDIA’s new line of GPU-accelerated Arm servers. The Julia programming language is now available as a pre-packaged...

EFF on the Mechanics of Corporate Surveillance
From Schneier on Security

EFF on the Mechanics of Corporate Surveillance

EFF has published a comprehensible and very readable "deep dive" into the technologies of corporate surveillance, both on the Internet and off. Well worth reading...

Kroger, Walgreens in Purchasing Alliance
From The Eponymous Pickle

Kroger, Walgreens in Purchasing Alliance

Combining against Amazon's dip into pharma?Kroger and Walgreens are in a purchasing alliance and seeking more partners   by George Anderson in RetailwireThe Kroger...

Predicting Lightning: Where/When
From The Eponymous Pickle

Predicting Lightning: Where/When

Skeptical.   If we are talking about predicting the likelihood of lighting in an area an hour before it hits, thats done already in weather predictive maps.   Using...

Are 64-bit random identifiers free from collision?
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Are 64-bit random identifiers free from collision?

It is common in software system to map objects to unique identifiers. For example, you might map all web pages on the Internet to a unique identifier. Often, these...
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