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Faster threshold queries with cache-sensitive scancount
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Faster threshold queries with cache-sensitive scancount

Suppose that you are given 100 sorted arrays of integers. You can compute their union or their intersection. It is a common setup in data indexing: the integers...

University of Leicester Adopts Cloudian Object Storage for Backup
From insideHPC

University of Leicester Adopts Cloudian Object Storage for Backup

Today Cloudian announced that the University of Leicester has deployed the company’s HyperStore object storage system as the foundation of a revamped backup platform...

ACM Announces Winners of 2019 ACM-IEEE CS George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowships
From insideHPC

ACM Announces Winners of 2019 ACM-IEEE CS George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowships

Today ACM announced that Milinda Shayamal Fernando of the University of Utah and Staci Smith of the University of Arizona are the recipients of the 2019 ACM-IEEE...

GRC Launches Immersion Cooled Micro-Modular Data Center Solution
From insideHPC

GRC Launches Immersion Cooled Micro-Modular Data Center Solution

Today GRC announced the launch of a new micro-modular data center solution, the ICEraQ Micro, a rapidly deployable self-contained 24U server rack that can support...

Video: Big Data is Dead, Long Live Its Replacement
From insideHPC

Video: Big Data is Dead, Long Live Its Replacement

Tom Fisher gave this talk at the Samsung Forum. "Big Data is experiencing a second revolution. This talk will address what’s happened, how it happened and whatVideo...

Fujitsu Models and Predicts with Learning
From The Eponymous Pickle

Fujitsu Models and Predicts with Learning

Have met with Fujitsu and was impressed with their analytics work. Also has direct connections to very high powered computing.  At first this looked more like a...

George Dyson Talks AI in the Wild
From The Eponymous Pickle

George Dyson Talks AI in the Wild

A favorite writer has some provocative ideas in The Edge.AI That Evolves in the WildA Talk By George Dyson [8.14.19]I’m interested not in domesticated AI—the stuff...

Assistants at Work
From The Eponymous Pickle

Assistants at Work

Good though skeptical view of voice assistants at work.  I was involved with designing and testing an effort.  Agree that there appears to be relatively littleVoice...

Robo-Ants from Switzerland
From The Eponymous Pickle

Robo-Ants from Switzerland

Yet more smaller robotics, with claim of some ability to work together.   Note in particular the integration of sensor and autonomous capabilities..Robot Ants Robot...

Software Vulnerabilities in the Boeing 787
From Schneier on Security

Software Vulnerabilities in the Boeing 787

Boeing left its software unprotected, and researchers have analyzed it for vulnerabilities: At the Black Hat security conference today in Las Vegas, Santamarta,...

The Next Generation of Developers Set Their Sights on a Multilingual Internet
From Universal Acceptance Steering Group

The Next Generation of Developers Set Their Sights on a Multilingual Internet

By Harish Chowdhary, UA Ambassador and Technology Analyst for the National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI) Twenty-four developers, a group with a unique role...

Alexa Enabled Gadgets for Teaching and Fun
From The Eponymous Pickle

Alexa Enabled Gadgets for Teaching and Fun

Ultimately assistants are about engagement.  Sometimes to get work done.  Sometimes for fun. Sometimes to engage with others.  Some narrow goals, some very broad...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

Predicting Chess and Horses

Using predictivity both to sharpen and cross-check models Cropped from article source Patrice Miller and Jeff Seder look under the hide of horses. Their company...

Bain Surveys Digital Transformation Leaders
From The Eponymous Pickle

Bain Surveys Digital Transformation Leaders

Been on my mind lately ... in the midst of reading Tony Saldanha's recent book on the topic and noting how it applies to these survey findings.  Instructive.Learning...

Virtualitics for Data Science with VR
From The Eponymous Pickle

Virtualitics for Data Science with VR

Have often mentioned Virtualitics here.NVIDIA: the AI podcast with Aakash IndurkhyaListen to Virtualitics' very own Aakash Indurkhya (Head of Machine Learning Projects)...

Free eBook on TensorFlow in the Enterprise
From The Eponymous Pickle

Free eBook on TensorFlow in the Enterprise

Should you use TensorFlow in your enterprise? via O'ReillyFind out with this free ebookTensorFlow World is where you stay ahead on the latest in TensorFlow & machine...

No Train Safety Yet on Navigation Apps
From The Eponymous Pickle

No Train Safety Yet on Navigation Apps

Useful for integration with in-vehicle systems.Navigation apps still lack railroad safety info the NTSB requestedApple, Google and Microsoft haven't complied with...

UK NHS Sets up National AI Lab
From The Eponymous Pickle

UK NHS Sets up National AI Lab

More AI aimed at Healthcare.NHS to Set Up National AI LabBBC NewsJames GallagherAugust 8, 2019The U.K. National Health Services (NHS) is launching a national artificial...

Altair PBS Works to Optimize Gadi Supercomputer at NCI
From insideHPC

Altair PBS Works to Optimize Gadi Supercomputer at NCI

Supercomputing in Australia is slated to get a major boost this November with the deployment of the Fujitsu-made “Gadi” supercomputer, estimated to be 10 timesAltair...

New ACM IOT Publication
From The Eponymous Pickle

New ACM IOT Publication

Internet of Things (TIOT)publishes novel research contributions and experience reports in research domains whose synergy and interrelations enable the IoT vision...
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