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Virtualizing AI & HPC Workloads with vSphere
From insideHPC

Virtualizing AI & HPC Workloads with vSphere

In this video from the Dell EMC HPC Community Meeting, Josh Simons from VMware describes why more customers are moving their HPC & AI workloads to virtualized environments...

FlyElephant and Squadex team up for expansion in AI and HPC services
From insideHPC

FlyElephant and Squadex team up for expansion in AI and HPC services

FlyElephant has announced its partnership with Squadex, a Cloud Transformation Consultancy, to extend AI & Big Data consulting services and reinforce teams. "Our...

Creativity plus Analytics
From The Eponymous Pickle

Creativity plus Analytics

This was often our biggest goal, often attempted by linking humans and analytics.  Good view here:The most perfect union: Unlocking the next wave of growth by unifying...

Let’s Talk Exascale: Optimizing I/O at the ADIOS Project
From insideHPC

Let’s Talk Exascale: Optimizing I/O at the ADIOS Project

In this episode of Let's Talk Exascale, researchers from the ADIOS project describe how they are optimizing I/O on exascale architectures and making the code easily...

ARM goes Big: HPE Builds Petaflop Supercomputer for Sandia
From insideHPC

ARM goes Big: HPE Builds Petaflop Supercomputer for Sandia

Today HPE announced plans to deliver the world’s largest Arm supercomputer. As part of the Vanguard program, Astra, the new Arm-based system, will be used by the...

Radio Free HPC Previews ISC Student Cluster Competition & Ancillary Events
From insideHPC

Radio Free HPC Previews ISC Student Cluster Competition & Ancillary Events

In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team previews the ISC 2018 Student Cluster Competition. “Now in its seventh year, the Student Cluster Competition enables international...

GigaOM Voices of AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

GigaOM Voices of AI

Another great look at the topic.   Currently reading Byron Reese's book, will soon follow with notes on that.Voices in AI – Episode 50: A Conversation with Steve...

Google Invests in JD.Com
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Invests in JD.Com

Google invests heavily in Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com  BY James Farrell In SiliconAngleGoogle Inc. will invest $550 million in China’s second largest e-commerce...

Ridiculously Insecure Smart Lock
From Schneier on Security

Ridiculously Insecure Smart Lock

Tapplock sells an "unbreakable" Internet-connected lock that you can open with your fingerprint. It turns out that: The lock broadcasts its Bluetooth MAC address...

If Your a Facebook User, You're also a Research Subject
From The Eponymous Pickle

If Your a Facebook User, You're also a Research Subject

We are all Research Subjects ...If You’re A Facebook User, You’re Also a Research SubjectThe social network is careful about academic collaborations, but chooses...

From Computational Complexity

Its good to be mii

When I taught  ugrad  Elementary Theory of Computation (Reg, CFL, P, NP, Dec, c.e.) I made 5% of the grade be MEET THE PROF- come to my office, in groups of 3-6...

China Infuses the Corner Store with AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

China Infuses the Corner Store with AI

Of interest, a move ahead in China that should be watched.China's AI-infused corner store of the future  in AxiosChina’s take-no-prisoners Big Tech war is playing...

How Businesses Can Get Inside the Minds of Their Competitors
From The Eponymous Pickle

How Businesses Can Get Inside the Minds of Their Competitors

If we could, perhaps we could make a better use of game dynamics.     Or just simulate their behavior under multiple contexts.How Businesses Can Get Inside theWharton's...

Drone Swarms Hard to Stop
From The Eponymous Pickle

Drone Swarms Hard to Stop

As one might expect, the additional complexity makes it difficult/Think One Military Drone is Bad? Drone Swarms Are Terrifyingly Difficult to Stop ... "   By Joel...

Advanced Computing: HPC and RDS at University of Bristol
From insideHPC

Advanced Computing: HPC and RDS at University of Bristol

Simon Burbidge from the University of Bristol gave this talk at the HPC User Forum. "Our research focuses on the application of heterogeneous and many-core computing...

Wave Computing Acquires MIPS for AI on the Edge
From insideHPC

Wave Computing Acquires MIPS for AI on the Edge

AI startup Wave Computing announced this week that it has acquired MIPS. "The acquisition of MIPS allows us to combine technologies to create products that will...

Quantum Transmission from ETH
From The Eponymous Pickle

Quantum Transmission from ETH

This, from ETH, seems quite the breakthrough.  What will this ultimately mean for computing, encryption,  combinatorial computation?    Beam me up?Quantum Transfer...

Congressional App Challenge 2018
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Congressional App Challenge 2018

One of my students won for her district last year. She found it a very valuable experience. I highly support this challenge. Share it with high school students...

Intel to Showcase AI and HPC Demos at ISC 2018
From insideHPC

Intel to Showcase AI and HPC Demos at ISC 2018

Today Intel released a sneak peek at their plans for ISC 2018 in Frankfurt. The company will showcase how it's helping AI developers, data scientists and HPC programmers...

Watson Knowledge Catalog
From The Eponymous Pickle

Watson Knowledge Catalog

During our earliest look at Watson, we asked, how do we get our knowledge into the system?  Update it?   Set up maintenance? Obvious question.   Too hard, expensive...
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