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Templates for Computerized Robot Design
From The Eponymous Pickle

Templates for Computerized Robot Design

Seems a useful approach as we use robot solutions for more applications. Includes both physical designs and control programming.   And Optimization to tasks involved...

Four Stages of Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
From The Eponymous Pickle

Four Stages of Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

 A good intro look at RPA from DSC.  Below the intro, more at the link.   A good place to start with AI oriented automation.  Also not emphasized enough.  I would...

IBM Plans to Deliver Quantum Safe Crypto in Cloud
From The Eponymous Pickle

IBM Plans to Deliver Quantum Safe Crypto in Cloud

Much more at the link.  Available at all scales, speeds, needs?IBM Cloud Delivers Quantum-Safe Cryptography and Hyper Protect Crypto Services to Help Protect Data...

Watch Plenary Presentations from the CCC’s Visioning Workshop on Reversible Classical Computing
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Watch Plenary Presentations from the CCC’s Visioning Workshop on Reversible Classical Computing

In early October the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) held a virtual workshop on Physics & Engineering Issues in Adiabatic/Reversible Classical Computing. This...

Need the Right Data, Methods and the Willingness to use them
From The Eponymous Pickle

Need the Right Data, Methods and the Willingness to use them

Challenges and Dilemmas in contextChina's Surveillance State Sucks Up Data. U.S. Tech Is Key to Sorting ItThe New York Times   By Paul Mozur; Don ClarkChips from...

Manipulating Systems Using Remote Lasers
From Schneier on Security

Manipulating Systems Using Remote Lasers

Many systems are vulnerable: Researchers at the time said that they were able to launch inaudible commands by shining lasers — from as far as 360 feet — at the...

Safer Navigation in Unknown Territory
From The Eponymous Pickle

Safer Navigation in Unknown Territory

Key aspect of safer navigation .... dealing with uncertainty in unknown territory.ML Guarantees Robots' Performance in Unknown TerritoryPrinceton Engineering News...

Check Washing
From Schneier on Security

Check Washing

I can’t believe that check washing is still a thing: “Check washing” is a practice where thieves break into mailboxes (or otherwise steal mail), find envelopes...

insideHPC Guide to QCT Platform-on-Demand Designed for Converged Workloads – Part 2
From insideHPC

insideHPC Guide to QCT Platform-on-Demand Designed for Converged Workloads – Part 2

In this insideHPC technology guide, “insideHPC Guide to QCT Platform-on-Demand Designed for Converged Workloads,”as we’ll see, by relying on open source software...

From Computational Complexity

James Randi, Magicians-Author-Skeptic, passed away at the age of 92

James The Amazing Randi died on October 20, 2020, at the age of 92. He is survived byhis husband Jose Alvarez.  His Wikipedia page is here A few Randi Points: 0)...

ADAPT:  Designing Activity-Informed Viral Diagnostic Assays
From My Biased Coin

ADAPT: Designing Activity-Informed Viral Diagnostic Assays

I wanted to give a pointer to a new preprint up on bioRxiv on developing diagnostic assays for viruses, by (first author) Hayden Metsky (and others!) out of the...

Does It Matter How Fast the Code Is?
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Does It Matter How Fast the Code Is?

I’ve been having a lot of fun playing with code lately. One of the things I have been experimenting with is cryptography (See Tiny Book of Simple Cryptography)...

Future of the Kitchen
From The Eponymous Pickle

Future of the Kitchen

 Our own innovation centers had 'kitchens of the future' to demonstrate product use and appliance integration.    Consumer behavior in context.      We invitedThe...

Putting Users Back In Control
From The Noisy Channel

Putting Users Back In Control

Francis Fukuyama, Barak Richman, and Ashish Goel recently published a piece in Foreign Affairs, which they ambitiously titled “How to Save Democracy From Technology...

Tesla Could Widen Release of Self Driving Software
From The Eponymous Pickle

Tesla Could Widen Release of Self Driving Software

 More data being gathered, and likely getting closer to sharing roads with many more fully self-driving vehicles.Tesla could widen release of 'self-driving' software...

More Learning from Patrolling Spot Robotics
From The Eponymous Pickle

More Learning from Patrolling Spot Robotics

This kind of patrolled security, here on an oil rig, has been mentioned here before. Could be a mix of telepresence, and specific patrol routing.   With cameraBoston...

Don't Fear the Robots
From The Eponymous Pickle

Don't Fear the Robots

 Robotics and Automation will also create many jobs, just be ready for those jobs.Don't Fear the Robots, and Other Lessons From a Study of the Digital EconomyThe...

Future of Industry Ecosystems
From The Eponymous Pickle

Future of Industry Ecosystems

Useful look outlining the need for and nature of modern ecosystems, which ultimately create context for work and linking to analytics and AI, and results.  Uncertainty...

Science and Technology links (November 28th 2020)
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Science and Technology links (November 28th 2020)

Homework favours kids with wealthier and better educated parents. My own kids have access to two parents with a college education, including a father who is publishing...
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