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Summit Takes Center Stage in GE Wind Power Study
From insideHPC

Summit Takes Center Stage in GE Wind Power Study

Scientists at GE Research have been authorized by the U.S. Department of Energy to access Oak Ridge National Lab’s (ORNL) Summit supercomputer, the world second...

Unify Your Analytics, and Keep Your Data Where It Suits You
From insideHPC

Unify Your Analytics, and Keep Your Data Where It Suits You

In this sponsored post, Joy King, VP, Vertica Product Management & Product Marketing, believes that we need to stop our fixation with “data in one place.” The days...

RadioFreeHPC: HPC Market Growth; Student Cluster Competition — Winter Classic Invitational
From insideHPC

RadioFreeHPC: HPC Market Growth; Student Cluster Competition — Winter Classic Invitational

by RadioFreeHPC Podcast HPC Market Projected Growth It’s a few weeks since we recorded this episode so maybe things have changed, but as of the recording the HPC...

Robotic Bricklayer
From The Eponymous Pickle

Robotic Bricklayer

A great deal of human engineering has been done on bricklaying, that could be used to carefully compare the work involved under varying contexts. Robotic Bricklayer...

Questions on the Value of Speaking Robotish
From The Eponymous Pickle

Questions on the Value of Speaking Robotish

What is the meaning behind declaring something a language?    We have many computing and many human languages.  How much does their form influence the nature of...

Opinions on State of the Art of Automated Machine Learning
From The Eponymous Pickle

Opinions on State of the Art of Automated Machine Learning

Very useful piece here,  the individual comments at the link are most interesting, the key takeaways are mostly obvious. State of the Art in Automated Machine Learning...

Google Suites to be Modified
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Suites to be Modified

Have now had to use G-Suites for a number of interactions, especially of university project communications.   Always thought they were less logical, especiallyGoogle...

Inspur NF5488A5 Breaks AI Server Performance Record in Latest MLPerf Benchmarks
From insideHPC

Inspur NF5488A5 Breaks AI Server Performance Record in Latest MLPerf Benchmarks

San Jose, Aug. 5 – In the results released last week of MLPerf AI benchmark, Inspur NF5488A5 server set a new AI performance record in the Resnet50 training task...

CCC Reversible Classical Computing Workshop – Position Papers Submission Deadline August 7th
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

CCC Reversible Classical Computing Workshop – Position Papers Submission Deadline August 7th

The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) will hold a virtual workshop the week of Oct. 5-9 (with a reception on Fri., Oct. 2) to address the physics & engineering...

Google-Style Map of the Brain
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google-Style Map of the Brain

As suggested brains vary considerably.   So its not a map in a true geographic sense. a more probabilistic map.  How easy is it to navigate, link to behavior, data...

Cisco on Post Quantum Security
From The Eponymous Pickle

Cisco on Post Quantum Security

Full considerable article at the link, a good overview of the direction of quantum Crypto, with predictive time line.It’s Not Too Early to Start Thinking AboutBy...

Downsizing of Retail
From The Eponymous Pickle

Downsizing of Retail

Retailwire does a good job of examining current trends and process in retail.Has retail permanently downsized?By George Anderson in RetailwireThe number of people...

Panasas Offering Takes on Tiered HPC Storage Headaches, Automatically Adapts to Workload Changes
From insideHPC

Panasas Offering Takes on Tiered HPC Storage Headaches, Automatically Adapts to Workload Changes

High performance storage vendor Panasas today released Dynamic Data Acceleration on its new PanFS  parallel file system, a software feature designed to overcome...

Learning Python Part 2: Distracted by a Turtle
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Learning Python Part 2: Distracted by a Turtle

I cracked a book and found out that Python supports turtle graphics. I love drawing pictures with graphics. I have since I was in university. So today I played...

Oxford, Atos in Deal for Nvidia 63-Node DGX System, Said to be UK’s Largest AI Supercomputer
From insideHPC

Oxford, Atos in Deal for Nvidia 63-Node DGX System, Said to be UK’s Largest AI Supercomputer

The University of Oxford has signed a £5 million with Atos, provider of  hybrid cloud and big data solutions, to deliver what the two organizations say will beOxford...

Programming Projects for Learning or Grading
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Programming Projects for Learning or Grading

The purpose of school work is to get good grades. Well, at least that seems to be a common view on the part of students. Most teachers will tell you that the motivation...

MIT Technology Review’s 35 Innovators Under the Age of 35 2020
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

MIT Technology Review’s 35 Innovators Under the Age of 35 2020

MIT Technology Review publishes an annual list of 35 innovators under the age of 35, and they recently released their list of innovators for 2020. The list features...

The Hyperion-insideHPC Interviews: Steve Conway on the Imperative of AI Ethics and Why ‘Hardware Is Easy, Software Is Hard’
From insideHPC

The Hyperion-insideHPC Interviews: Steve Conway on the Imperative of AI Ethics and Why ‘Hardware Is Easy, Software Is Hard’

Steve Conway of industry analyst firm Hyperion Research is one of those technologists with the rare talent for talking complex technology in a straightforward,The...

Need for Data Observability
From The Eponymous Pickle

Need for Data Observability

Never called it that in particular, but yes it is important, and is worth the included tag.  And I add, the changes and non-changes in data should also be 'observable'...

Cybercrime in the Age of COVID-19
From Schneier on Security

Cybercrime in the Age of COVID-19

The Cambridge Cybercrime Centre has a series of papers on cybercrime during the coronavirus pandemic....
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