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Should We Teach Coding in High School?

Robert Sedgewick and Larry Cuban faced off today in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on the issue: Should everyone be taught coding in high school? Today we will discuss...

Algorithm Predicts Corn Yields
From The Eponymous Pickle

Algorithm Predicts Corn Yields

What seems to be some direct uses of CNN for yield prediction.AI Algorithm Better Predicts Corn YieldBy Illinois ACESFebruary 24, 2020  An interdisciplinary research...

Catalyzing Computing Podcast Episode 19 – Intro to Artificial Consciousness with Natesh Ganesh
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Catalyzing Computing Podcast Episode 19 – Intro to Artificial Consciousness with Natesh Ganesh

A new episode of the Computing Community Consortium‘s (CCC) podcast, Catalyzing Computing, is now available. Khari Douglas interviews Natesh Ganesh, a recent PhD...

Chess Grandmaster Says AI will Destroy Most Jobs
From The Eponymous Pickle

Chess Grandmaster Says AI will Destroy Most Jobs

Kasparov is hardly an expert at jobs,  but  major changes are likely to occur.The chess grandmaster who was beaten by a computer predicts that AI will 'destroy'...

TYAN adds 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors
From insideHPC

TYAN adds 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

Today TYAN announced support for the extended 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors lineup (Cascade Lake-SP Refresh). TYAN’s full line of HPC, cloud computing...

MLPerf-HPC Working Group seeks participation
From insideHPC

MLPerf-HPC Working Group seeks participation

In this special guest feature, Murali Emani from Argonne writes that a team of scientists from DoE labs have formed a working group called MLPerf-HPC to focus on...

Are the Category Captains Still in Charge?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Are the Category Captains Still in Charge?

I remember the term as used in early days in CPG.  But is the decision  intelligence now migrating elsewhere?   I see it every day in my local Kroger.Should grocers...

Nor-Tech steps up with Intel Cascade Lake Refresh Processors
From insideHPC

Nor-Tech steps up with Intel Cascade Lake Refresh Processors

Today Nor-Tech announced that the company is now integrating HPC clusters and workstations with Intel’s groundbreaking Cascade Lake Refresh (CLX R) processor. Recently...

AMD to Power Cray Shasta Supercomputer at Navy DSRC
From insideHPC

AMD to Power Cray Shasta Supercomputer at Navy DSRC

The Department of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization Program (HPCMP) is upgrading its supercomputing capabilities with a new Cray Shasta system powered...

Drones for Disaster Relief
From The Eponymous Pickle

Drones for Disaster Relief

Here looking at how drones can react and recover from disaster disruptions to provide ongoing support.Could Nearly Invincible Drone Be the Future of Disaster Relief...

MS Azure Sphere Aims to Secure IOT
From The Eponymous Pickle

MS Azure Sphere Aims to Secure IOT

The security of many more IOT devices is of increasing concern.     Microsoft advances its solution.Microsoft Azure Sphere launches in general availability  By ...

Promoted Search: A Follow-Up
From The Noisy Channel

Promoted Search: A Follow-Up

My post on promoted search results drew some pointed feedback. People asked me what kind of promoted search behavior I deem acceptable, as well as whether I saw...

Panasas ActiveStor Solution: Architectural Overview
From insideHPC

Panasas ActiveStor Solution: Architectural Overview

Panasas has released this timely new white paper "Panasas ActiveStor Solution: Architectural Overview." The Panasas ActiveStor architecture running the PanFS storage...

Google Changes its Terms of Service
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Changes its Terms of Service

Intriguing look at how Google has changed its terms of service.    Attributable in part to some pressure by consumers on the operation of big tech.    Below a summary...

Improving Machine Learning
From The Eponymous Pickle

Improving Machine Learning

Treatment and analysis of outliers and noise are key to improve these methods.   The claim here is that this will be improved.  Remains to be seen how well this...

Russia Is Trying to Tap Transatlantic Cables
From Schneier on Security

Russia Is Trying to Tap Transatlantic Cables

The Times of London is reporting that Russian agents are in Ireland probing transatlantic communications cables. Ireland is the landing point for undersea cables...

Design Thinking, Improv
From The Eponymous Pickle

Design Thinking, Improv

Upcoming short free talk.You are invited to attend:ISSIP Service Design Speaker SeriesRadical cross-collaboration at Cisco with Design Thinking & Improvon Wednesday...

Game Based Learning and the Power of the Human Element
From The Eponymous Pickle

Game Based Learning and the Power of the Human Element

Of interest to my readers,  following up:Franz,My new, co-authored book has been launched and may be of interest to members of your community.Emotify!: The Power...

Google Power Generating Kites to be Axed
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Power Generating Kites to be Axed

Remember reading the early reports on this, and seemed very interesting in possibility. but cost and risk was unclear.Google parent pulls the plug on power-generating...

Training Autonomous AI Combatants
From The Eponymous Pickle

Training Autonomous AI Combatants

Expect this, at all sorts of levels of autonomy.  Offensive and Defensive.How to Train Your AI Soldier Robots (and the Humans Who Command Them)  in The RAND Blog...
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