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Redeffining Decision Making aith AI and BI
From The Eponymous Pickle

Redeffining Decision Making aith AI and BI

 Interesting claim, but it does assume we understand how business decision making is made in our enterprise.  Something we attempted to understand over many years...

Product Recommendation using a Knowledge Graph
From The Eponymous Pickle

Product Recommendation using a Knowledge Graph

 An example of an interaction between a knowledge graph and a specific task. Have used Neo4j Graphs, so this was instructive. A number of reco examples are shown...

Porting a Particle-in-Cell Code to Exascale Architectures
From insideHPC

Porting a Particle-in-Cell Code to Exascale Architectures

By Nils Heinonen on behalf of the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility As part of a series aimed at sharing best practices in preparing applications for Aurora...

Wi-Fi Devices as Physical Object Sensors
From Schneier on Security

Wi-Fi Devices as Physical Object Sensors

The new 802.11bf standard will turn Wi-Fi devices into object sensors: In three years or so, the Wi-Fi specification is scheduled to get an upgrade that will turn...

April 7 Cloud HPC microSUMMIT – Hyperion, Microsoft and Rescale
From insideHPC

April 7 Cloud HPC microSUMMIT – Hyperion, Microsoft and Rescale

On Wednesday, April 7, industry analyst firm Hyperion Research, Microsoft and Rescale will discuss the latest trends and forecasts in cloud HPC and how they affect...

HPC vs. HIV-1: Stampede2, Bridges and Darwin Uncover Nucleotide Infection Process
From insideHPC

HPC vs. HIV-1: Stampede2, Bridges and Darwin Uncover Nucleotide Infection Process

By Jorge Salazar, Science Writer, Texas Advanced Computing Center Viruses lurk in the grey area between the living and the nonliving, according to scientists. Like...

Auto Updating Facts
From The Eponymous Pickle

Auto Updating Facts

 When we sought to construct a company Wiki, we found one of the most important issues, after validating it, was updating knowledge.  Here MIT CSAIL is lookingAuto...

Friday Squid Blogging: 500-Million-Year-Old Cephalopod
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: 500-Million-Year-Old Cephalopod

The oldest known cephalopod — the ancestor of all modern octopuses, squid, cuttlefish and nautiluses — is 500 million years old. As usual, you can also use this...

CircleCI Extends Arm Support to CI/CD Cloud Offering
From insideHPC

CircleCI Extends Arm Support to CI/CD Cloud Offering

SAN FRANCISCO — Mar. 30, 2021 — CircleCI, a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) platform, today announced a preview of additions to its build...

Malware Hidden in Call of Duty Cheating Software
From Schneier on Security

Malware Hidden in Call of Duty Cheating Software

News article: Most troublingly, Activision says that the “cheat” tool has been advertised multiple times on a popular cheating forum under the title “new COD hack...

Fugitive Identified on YouTube By His Distinctive Tattoos
From Schneier on Security

Fugitive Identified on YouTube By His Distinctive Tattoos

A mafia fugitive hiding out in the Dominican Republic was arrested when investigators found his YouTube cooking channel and identified him by his distinctive arm...

Microsoft Gets Army Augmented-Reality Headset Contract
From The Eponymous Pickle

Microsoft Gets Army Augmented-Reality Headset Contract

Such uses could lead the way to business application, still uncommon.Microsoft wins U.S. Army contract for augmented-reality headsets, worth up to $21.9 billion...

SAS: Fraud Detection and Machine Learning
From The Eponymous Pickle

SAS: Fraud Detection and Machine Learning

Intro to a piece by SAS worth taking a look at.Fraud detection and machine learning: What you need to know   from SASFraud detection is a challenging problem. The...

Bitcoin Aiding Ransomware
From The Eponymous Pickle

Bitcoin Aiding Ransomware

 Fairly obvious.   Had a discussion with a government employee early on about bitcoin, who asked "How will we track criminal activity'?Bitcoin Is Aiding the Ransomware...

From Computational Complexity

Want to Buy a Theorem?

This is embarrassing to admit but after a few badly timed trades on GameStop options I find myself a bit tight on money. To raise some cash, I reluctantly decided...

Microsoft Plans a Re-Skilling with Linkedin
From The Eponymous Pickle

Microsoft Plans a Re-Skilling with Linkedin

An interesting approach of Microsoft to use their data and marketing capabilities via Linkedin to target jobsand job markets.    Makes the assumption that Microsoft...

Honda Launches Level 3 Driverless Cars in Japan
From The Eponymous Pickle

Honda Launches Level 3 Driverless Cars in Japan

 Still saying a Level 4 car, requiring no driver, is still far off.  I think there will pockets of use where regulation is less stringent, which creates large amounts...

Let’s Invent the Future Together!
From insideHPC

Let’s Invent the Future Together!

Join Microsoft Azure and NVIDIA at GTC21! Grow your expertise and help shape what’s next for AI innovation. We’ll demonstrate the collaboration between Microsoft...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

Computer Science Gets Noted

All non-metallic UK currency to feature Computing and Data Science pioneers Cropped from BBC source Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace will be reunited. Their work...

Apple Doing Mixed Reality
From The Eponymous Pickle

Apple Doing Mixed Reality

 A bit of a surprise, not much in the space as yet, but certainly, a place where their AI will be quite useful. Business oriented or consumer? Apple mixed-reality...
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