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Spotting Risky Behavior
From The Eponymous Pickle

Spotting Risky Behavior

 I was struck by this.   What is high risk behavior?  How is it defined, tested, updated?   OK, depression, anxiety or suicide. But at any one time it might beSpotting...

Translating Lost Languages Using ML
From The Eponymous Pickle

Translating Lost Languages Using ML

 Most interesting, lots more at the link.  Via patterns of association in other languages.   Might this be used in ways to link with associations between otherLanguage...

Researchers Propose Compiler for Homomorphic Encryption
From The Eponymous Pickle

Researchers Propose Compiler for Homomorphic Encryption

 Still with some technical barriers.  See below for some details.  Links to more.Researchers propose Porcupine, a compiler for homomorphic encryptionKyle Wiggers...

L'Oreal and Social Selling Platform
From The Eponymous Pickle

L'Oreal and Social Selling Platform

 A Social Selling Platform: ReplikaL’Oreal Invests in Social Selling Platform as Part of E-Com Strategy    By CGT Staff As part of its acceleration strategy inAs...

Microsoft and SAP Extend Partnership
From The Eponymous Pickle

Microsoft and SAP Extend Partnership

Had worked in the enterprise extensively with SAP and MS, so this is interesting.  Note in particular this opens SAP to consumer facing products like Teams, a first...

Machines Understanding Language
From The Eponymous Pickle

Machines Understanding Language

Skeptical here, but taking a look.  In particular how this is measured. If generally true, this would be a very big thing.    But why can I now quickly confuseAI...

From Computational Complexity

Alan Selman (1941-2021)

From a 1994 Dagstuhl Workshop. Selman is the one wearing a cap. Alan Selman, one of the early leaders in structural complexity and the co-founder and first chair...

Happy New Year!
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

Happy New Year!

This month it is my pleasure to introduce Sarah McRoberts, ACM-W Communications Committee Chair to bring her personal greeting.  Sarah has been driving our social...

CERN Making 3D Parts for the Collider
From The Eponymous Pickle

CERN Making 3D Parts for the Collider

Do consider the differences in scale. Just this week started to wear a small part made for my face mask.How 3D Printing Is Helping CERN Scientists Upgrade the World's...

Supermicro Unveils Nvidia GPU Server Test Drive Program with Channel Partners
From insideHPC

Supermicro Unveils Nvidia GPU Server Test Drive Program with Channel Partners

San Jose — Supermicro, an enterprise computing, storage, networking and green computing technology company, released details on a new GPU test-drive program. Called...

Dormio: Interfacing with Dreams
From The Eponymous Pickle

Dormio: Interfacing with Dreams

Project, reexamining.   An idea long put aside.MIT   Dormio: Interfacing with DreamsBy Oscar Rosello   Project Contact:  Adam Haar Horowitz  Project Website  http...

From Computational Complexity

Presidential Quiz: Three ways to take it

 Every four years around the time of the inaugural I post a presidential Quiz! I do that today, and I will post the answers on Monday.  I am tempted to joke that...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

Science Advisor

Resources for a new term from our vantage point Crop from Broad Institute src Eric Lander has been appointed director of the US Office of Science and Technology...

Increase of Vishing Corporations
From The Eponymous Pickle

Increase of Vishing Corporations

Corporations and security. FBI warns of vishing attacks stealing corporate accounts,  By Sergiu Gatlan FBI warns of vishing attacks stealing corporate accountsThe...

Reading the Intel Tea Leaves: Pat Gelsinger’s HPC Paradox
From insideHPC

Reading the Intel Tea Leaves: Pat Gelsinger’s HPC Paradox

As he takes charge of Intel, CEO Pat Gelsinger faces a paradox: his new company is both troubled and a revenue geyser; if Intel is to continue its historical growth...

Intangible Assets
From The Eponymous Pickle

Intangible Assets

 Intro below on a collection of thoughts and links on intangible assets.  Recall we also struggled with the definition of 'intangible'. when we defined data assets...

$1.5 M in State HPC Funding for Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center and Collaborators
From insideHPC

$1.5 M in State HPC Funding for Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center and Collaborators

Jan. 21, 2021 – The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has funded the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center and collaborators with $1.5 million in two separate awards. The...

NASA Tests Robotics
From The Eponymous Pickle

NASA Tests Robotics

Space is a god place to try out assistive roboticsNASA Readies Astrobee Flying Robots for Serious Space ScienceUPI, Paul Brinkmann, in CACMNew Astrobee flying robots...

University of Glasgow Partners with Oxford Instruments NanoScience on Quantum Computing 
From insideHPC

University of Glasgow Partners with Oxford Instruments NanoScience on Quantum Computing 

Jan. 21, 2021 — Today, the University of Glasgow, active in quantum technology development and home of the Quantum Circuits Group, announced it’s using Oxford Instruments...

Teeth for Interfaces
From The Eponymous Pickle

Teeth for Interfaces

 A different kind of interaction.Finally, Apps to Sink Your Teeth IntoBy Paul Marks, Commissioned by CACM Staff,  January 12, 2021Engineers exploring human-computer...
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