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GIGABYTE Steps up with a Broad Array of Server Offerings for AI & HPC
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GIGABYTE Steps up with a Broad Array of Server Offerings for AI & HPC

In this video from SC19, Peter Hanley from GIGABYTE describes how the company delivers a full range of server solutions for HPC, AI, and the Edge. "GIGABYTE isGIGABYTE...

Schneider Electric Launches Industry’s First Integrated Rack with Immersed, Liquid-Cooled IT for Data Centers
From insideHPC

Schneider Electric Launches Industry’s First Integrated Rack with Immersed, Liquid-Cooled IT for Data Centers

Today Schneider Electric and Iceotope announced the industry’s first commercially-available integrated rack with chassis-based, immersive liquid cooling. Optimized...

Intel Horse Ridge Chip to Cryogenically Control Quantum Computers
From insideHPC

Intel Horse Ridge Chip to Cryogenically Control Quantum Computers

Today Intel Labs unveiled what is believed a first-of-its-kind cryogenic control chip — code-named “Horse Ridge” — that will speed up development of full-stackIntel...

AMD Readies EPYC for Exascale with ROCm at SC19
From insideHPC

AMD Readies EPYC for Exascale with ROCm at SC19

In this video from SC19, Derek Bouius from AMD describes how the company's new EPYC processors and Radeon GPUs can speed HPC and Ai applications. With its EPYCAMD...

Business Transformation
From The Eponymous Pickle

Business Transformation

All in?   Most importantly to what.Why your next transformation should be ‘all in'from McKinsey By Chris Bradley, Marc de Jong, and Wesley WaldenBusiness transformation...

Failure Modes in Machine Learning
From Schneier on Security

Failure Modes in Machine Learning

Interesting taxonomy of machine-learning failures (pdf) that encompasses both mistakes and attacks, or -- in their words -- intentional and unintentional failure...

From Computational Complexity

What do you call your ugrad non-algorithms theory course?

I am in the process of reviewing What can be computed: A Practical Guide to the Theory of Computation by John MacCormick and I need YOUR help for the first SENTENCE...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

Héctor Garcia-Molina, 1953–2019

We all lost a great person Cropped from Mexican NotiCyTI obit Héctor Garcia-Molina died just before Thanksgiving. He was a computer scientist and Professor in both...

Amazon Wants to be Your Pharmacist (In two ways)
From The Eponymous Pickle

Amazon Wants to be Your Pharmacist (In two ways)

I just got an offer to do this.    Does not seem to be much different than what the big pharma retailers are doing.  No mention at all regarding if there was any...

Noki Bell Labs Prize for Processor Solving Optimization Problems
From The Eponymous Pickle

Noki Bell Labs Prize for Processor Solving Optimization Problems

Note that the method combines quantum and classical methods in processors to solve discrete optimization problems.  These kinds of problems can be computationally...

Flight Simulator Eye Tracking
From The Eponymous Pickle

Flight Simulator Eye Tracking

More advances in eye tracking and associated  uses:Tracking the Eye of the PilotETH ZurichMichael KellerNovember 25, 2019Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute...

Microway Deployes NVIDIA DGX-1 and NumberSmasher GPU Server to Vyasa Analytics
From insideHPC

Microway Deployes NVIDIA DGX-1 and NumberSmasher GPU Server to Vyasa Analytics

Today Microway the deployment of an NVIDIA DGX-1 supercomputer and Microway NumberSmasher Tesla GPU Server to deep-learning leader Vyasa Analytics. The new hardware...

Podcast: SCR Scalable Checkpoint/Restart Paves the Way for Exascale
From insideHPC

Podcast: SCR Scalable Checkpoint/Restart Paves the Way for Exascale

A software product called the Scalable Checkpoint/Restart (SCR) Framework 2.0 recently won an R&D 100 Award. In this episode, Elsa Gonsiorowski and Kathryn Mohror...

[Book] All the Ghosts in the Machine
From Putting People First

[Book] All the Ghosts in the Machine

What happens to our data when we die? - A fascinating and really well-written book about digital legacy after death.

Co-design at the BBC
From Putting People First

Co-design at the BBC

On 5 October Dan Ramsden and Simone Ferraro, resp. creative director and UX architect at the BBC, gave a talk at the 2019 Architecta summit. Simone just published...

Humans Seeing Through Animal Eyes
From The Eponymous Pickle

Humans Seeing Through Animal Eyes

Applications?Humans Closer to Seeing Through the Eyes of AnimalsUniversity of Exeter (U.K.)December 3, 2019Researchers at Australia's University of Queensland (UQ)...

P&G Rolls out AI Toothbrush
From The Eponymous Pickle

P&G Rolls out AI Toothbrush

Overkill or real value and engagement?  Good narrow context. The data about use should be interesting.P&G rolls out $220 toothbrush with artificial intelligence...

Emotion Sensing Empathetic Robot in Space
From The Eponymous Pickle

Emotion Sensing Empathetic Robot in Space

An empath assistant.   Will this be a function of all future assistant models as well.  Or a dangerous, too close to home idea?   Good experiment in a closed context...

History of Natural Language Processing
From The Eponymous Pickle

History of Natural Language Processing

Interesting historical piece with hits about how things evolve.Andrey Markov & Claude Shannon Counted Letters to Build the First Language-Generation ModelsBy Oscar...

Google Drops Support for Explorer Version of Google Glass
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Drops Support for Explorer Version of Google Glass

Like Microsoft, Google seems to be pointing their wearable VR to focused business applications. They are dropping updates for the explorer/consumer version, but...
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