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Nissan Claims Updated System is Highway Hands-Off
From The Eponymous Pickle

Nissan Claims Updated System is Highway Hands-Off

Quite a claim.   Not all the way to autonomous cars.  First of all the claim is for highway driving only.  And even there you wont be able to play cards with your...

Big Compute Podcast: HPC and Genomics to Revolutionize Medicine
From insideHPC

Big Compute Podcast: HPC and Genomics to Revolutionize Medicine

In this Big Compute Podcast episode, Gabriel Broner hosts Mark Borodkin, COO of Bionano Genomics, to discuss how genomics and HPC enable doctors and researchers...

DUG Opens the Doors for 250 PF Bubba Supercomputer in Houston
From insideHPC

DUG Opens the Doors for 250 PF Bubba Supercomputer in Houston

Today DownUnder GeoSolutions (DUG) opened its giant new data center in Skybox Houston. Touted to be one of the most powerful supercomputers on earth, the facility...

HPE to Acquire Cray for $1.3 Billion
From insideHPC

HPE to Acquire Cray for $1.3 Billion

Today HPE announced that the company has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Cray for approximately $1.3 billion. "This pending deal will bring together...

Differential Programming
From The Eponymous Pickle

Differential Programming

Intriguing description and demonstration code.    I am always looking at ways to connect process models and AI pattern recognition. (or any analytics)    Is this...

Helping Employees Improve
From The Eponymous Pickle

Helping Employees Improve

New book at about jobs, work and employee improvement.  What Really Helps Employees to Improve (It’s not Criticism)  In [email protected]“The best employees are...

GDPR Impact a Year Later
From The Eponymous Pickle

GDPR Impact a Year Later

Its made browsing and gathering technical information harder, but for the corporation?GDPR’s Impact One Year Later   Alex Woodie in DatanamiThe General Data Protection...

Network for Natural Disasters
From The Eponymous Pickle

Network for Natural Disasters

Good idea, when will it move further, though also polluting.IBM-Backed Project Creates Wi-Fi Network For Natural Disasters in SupplychainBrainFrom a cramped living...

Why Are Cryptographers Being Denied Entry into the US?
From Schneier on Security

Why Are Cryptographers Being Denied Entry into the US?

In March, Adi Shamir -- that's the "S" in RSA -- was denied a US visa to attend the RSA Conference. He's Israeli. This month, British citizen Ross Anderson couldn't...

Presentations from Retail Robotics and AI Conference
From The Eponymous Pickle

Presentations from Retail Robotics and AI Conference

Impressive to see what is being done in this space:RAC Retail Robotics & AI Conference PresentationsHINSDALE, Ill. – The second annual Retail Analytics CouncilTopics...

Can You Buy  Food with Crypto?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Can You Buy Food with Crypto?

I made the cynical point recently with a Washington insider colleague who was concerned about regulating currencies.  What will make it real?  Is that day here?...

James Burke on Predictive Analytics
From The Eponymous Pickle

James Burke on Predictive Analytics

Yes, this is that James Burke.  Heard his talks for many years.   Interesting but requires the whole talk.    I add the point that you can always predict, humans...

More Attacks against Computer Automatic Update Systems
From Schneier on Security

More Attacks against Computer Automatic Update Systems

Last month, Kaspersky discovered that Asus's live update system was infected with malware, an operation it called Operation Shadowhammer. Now we learn that six...

An Anniversary of Continuing Excellence
From CERIAS Blog

An Anniversary of Continuing Excellence

In February of 1997, I provided testimony to a Congressional committee about the state of cyber security education. I noted that there were only four major academic...

Language Training with Your Own Voice
From The Eponymous Pickle

Language Training with Your Own Voice

When I started to use Google Assistant multilingualism, I immediately thought, why not have it teach you a language, with the aid of languages you know?   ThisVia...

Have an Impact on U.S. Science Policy, Attend CRA’s CCC Leadership in Science Policy Institute!
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Have an Impact on U.S. Science Policy, Attend CRA’s CCC Leadership in Science Policy Institute!

The following is a guest blog post by the Computing Research Association (CRA) Government Affairs Director, Peter Harsha. It was originally posted on CRA’s Computing...

Atos Democratizes Quantum Programming with myQLM
From insideHPC

Atos Democratizes Quantum Programming with myQLM

Today Atos announced myQLM, free quantum programming tools designed to democratize access to quantum simulation and encourage innovation in quantum computing. "With...

AI Chipmaker Hailo Releases Power-efficient Deep Learning Processor
From insideHPC

AI Chipmaker Hailo Releases Power-efficient Deep Learning Processor

Today AI chipmaker Hailo announced the "world’s top performing deep learning processor." The company is now sampling its breakthrough Hailo 8 chip with select partners...

Epic 2018 HPC Road Trip begins at Idaho National Lab
From insideHPC

Epic 2018 HPC Road Trip begins at Idaho National Lab

In this special guest feature, Dan Olds from OrionX begins his Epic HPC Road Trip series with a stop at Idaho National Laboratory. "The fast approach of SC18 gave...

Building better software with better tools: sanitizers versus valgrind
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Building better software with better tools: sanitizers versus valgrind

We often have to write code using  permissive programming languages like C and C++. They tend to generate hard-to-debug problems that can crash your applications...
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