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NVIDIA and Arm look to accelerate HPC Worldwide
From insideHPC

NVIDIA and Arm look to accelerate HPC Worldwide

In this video, NVIDIA’s Duncan Poole and Arm’s David Lecomber explain how the two company's accelerate the world’s fastest supercomputers. "At SC19, NVIDIA introduced...

European SiPearl Startup designing microprocessor for Exascale
From insideHPC

European SiPearl Startup designing microprocessor for Exascale

Today European chip startup SiPearl announced it is moving into its operational phase. The company is now the 27th member of the European Processor Initiative (EPI)...

AI & Blockchain: Internet of smarter things
From insideHPC

AI & Blockchain: Internet of smarter things

Dr. Eng Lim Goh gave this talk at HPE Discover More. He describes inspiring real-world use cases that demonstrate the transformative power of AI and HPC. Hear how...

RFID Powering of Smart Balls and Tags
From The Eponymous Pickle

RFID Powering of Smart Balls and Tags

An approach utilizing BLE power transmission that we examined and I still follow.RFID Powers Smart Balls, Luggage Tags  in RFIDJournalKookaburra's Smart Balls with...

SIM Hijacking
From Schneier on Security

SIM Hijacking

SIM hijacking -- or SIM swapping -- is an attack where a fraudster contacts your cell phone provider and convinces them to switch your account to a phone that they...

Registration Opens for HPC User Forum in Princeton, NJ
From insideHPC

Registration Opens for HPC User Forum in Princeton, NJ

Hyperion Research has posted their preliminary agenda for the upcoming HPC User Forum. The event takes place March 30 - April 1 in Princeton, New Jersey. "The HPC...

IBM Builds Policy Lab for Regulation
From The Eponymous Pickle

IBM Builds Policy Lab for Regulation

Will read with interest what the meaning of 'precision' is here.    And transcripts available of the discussion.IBM unveils Policy Lab, advocates ‘precision regulation...

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: Why Some AI Efforts Fail
From The Eponymous Pickle

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: Why Some AI Efforts Fail

From a former IBMer what we worked with on enterprise AI the first time around.   Also insightful for many kinds of emerging tech.  I have now followed up on this...

Wll Augmented Reality Change Everything we See?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Wll Augmented Reality Change Everything we See?

From the Penn Alumni Mag, a broad, descriptive and mostly academic oriented view of the world of augmented reality.  Below the intro and at the link more...Augmenting...

Filling large arrays with zeroes quickly in C++
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Filling large arrays with zeroes quickly in C++

Travis Downs reports that some C++ compilers have trouble filling up arrays with values at high speed. Typically, to fill an array with some value, C++ programmers...

Blogging with Jupyter
From The Eponymous Pickle

Blogging with Jupyter

Nicely, simply and well put, technical details at the link:Blogging with Jupyter Notebooks by Jeremy Howard in Fast.aiJupyter Notebooks is a great environment for...

Podcast: AI4Good Lab Empowers Women in Computer Science
From insideHPC

Podcast: AI4Good Lab Empowers Women in Computer Science

In this AI Podcast, Doina Precup describes why their doesn't need to be a gender gap in computer science education. An associate professor at McGill UniversityPodcast...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

Predicting Predictions For the 20s

Before the reveal on January 22 Writer homepage source Claire Cameron is the senior science editor at an online publication called Inverse. She has written an incomplete...

Appentra Releases Parallelware Trainer 1.4
From insideHPC

Appentra Releases Parallelware Trainer 1.4

Today Appentra released Parallelware Trainer 1.4, an interactive, real-time code editor with features that facilitate the learning, usage, and implementation of...

The State of HPC Storage – Requirements & Challenges
From insideHPC

The State of HPC Storage – Requirements & Challenges

Steve Conway from Hyperion Research gave this talk at the Panasas User Group. "Hyperion Research conducted an industry survey to better understand TCO vs. initial...

Clearview AI and Facial Recognition
From Schneier on Security

Clearview AI and Facial Recognition

The New York Times has a long story about Clearview AI, a small company that scrapes identified photos of people from pretty much everywhere, and then uses unstated...

Google Urges Proportionate AI Regulation
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Urges Proportionate AI Regulation

 Google has the most to lose with very stringent regulation of AI methods.   We recall this being brought up in the last AI surge, but the methods never evolved...

Intel AI Chips Announced
From The Eponymous Pickle

Intel AI Chips Announced

More hardware announcements at recent start of year conferences.  Starting too see more work on hardware implementing faster solutions.Intel Corp. made a splash...

Are Your Students Bored?  Do They Understand?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Are Your Students Bored? Do They Understand?

Once you have information about emotion based engagement, this naturally follows.  Could further be used to rate the quality of the instruction.    Where does this...

Wal-Mart Takes Food to Car
From The Eponymous Pickle

Wal-Mart Takes Food to Car

Another look by Wal-Mart at Robo Tech and attracting consumers.  We had looked at attempts at completely automated grocery warehouse drive-throughs, but they had...
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