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Language and AI:  Steve Omohundro
From The Eponymous Pickle

Language and AI: Steve Omohundro

Language interaction continues to evolve.Linghacks Keynote: "Language and AI: Hacking Humanity's greatest invention"On March 30-31 the wonderful “Linghack” organization...

Race to Quantum
From The Eponymous Pickle

Race to Quantum

Useful sort view from Europe on quantum efforts underway.   There are very big stakes.   Solving the most complex, wicked problems in new ways.By  Katia Moskvitch...

Google Overviews Accessibility Efforts
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Overviews Accessibility Efforts

Have always though of accessibility as having a goal of augmentation.   If its an assistant or simple access adjustment.  Good examples here.Making technology accessible...

Friday Squid Blogging: Apple Fixes Squid Emoji
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Apple Fixes Squid Emoji

Apple fixed the squid emoji in iOS 13.1: A squid's siphon helps it move, breathe, and discharge waste, so having the siphon in back makes more sense than having...

I Have a New Book: We Have Root
From Schneier on Security

I Have a New Book: We Have Root

I just published my third collection of essays: We Have Root. This book covers essays from 2013 to 2017. (The first two are Schneier on Security and Carry On.)...

Review of Gary Marcus' Rebooting AI: Building Artificial Intelligence We Can Trust
From The Eponymous Pickle

Review of Gary Marcus' Rebooting AI: Building Artificial Intelligence We Can Trust

Just reading this book.   Found the below non technical overview/review quite useful.  Mostly agree with this, and the outline of chapters is useful.   Saving it...

IBM Introduces Sterling Supply Chain Suite
From The Eponymous Pickle

IBM Introduces Sterling Supply Chain Suite

Our earliest work in supply chain, from supplier to plant to consumer, was supported by IBM optimization methods.   Recently saw some of their proposals for integrating...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

A Diophantine Obvious Problem}

With a short solution that was hard for me to find. [ Royal Society ] Sir Timothy Gowers is a Fields medalist and fellow blogger. Sometimes he (too) writes about...

GigaIO Nominated for Connect’s Most Innovative New Product Awards
From insideHPC

GigaIO Nominated for Connect’s Most Innovative New Product Awards

Today the San Diego Venture Group (SDVG) announced that GigaIO is a finalist Connect’s Most Innovative New Product Awards. The winning companies will be announced...

Cost-effective Cloud Research Computing comes to Penn State
From insideHPC

Cost-effective Cloud Research Computing comes to Penn State

Penn State’s Institute for CyberScience (ICS) announced that a new cloud computing environment has been added to its suite of high-performance computing offerings...

Podcast: How AI is Helping Astronomers Scour the Skies for Habitable Planets
From insideHPC

Podcast: How AI is Helping Astronomers Scour the Skies for Habitable Planets

In this AI Podcast, astronomers Olivier Guyon and Damien Gratadour how they’re using GPU-powered extreme adaptive optics in very large telescopes to image nearby...

What Time Is 30 Minutes From Now?
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

What Time Is 30 Minutes From Now?

Got the proctor guide for the PSAT that I have to proctor next week. There is a chart to help proctors determine stop times that are 25, 35, 50, and 60 minutes...

Zenotech launches Aerospace Cloud Services
From insideHPC

Zenotech launches Aerospace Cloud Services

Zenotech is launching a new two-year project, Aerospace Cloud Services, to provide technology to enable the UK aerospace sector to add competitiveness to simulation...

The Eco-System of AI and How to Use It
From insideHPC

The Eco-System of AI and How to Use It

Glyn Bowden from HPE gave this talk at the UK HPC Conference. "This presentation walks through HPE's current view on AI applications, where it is driving outcomes...

Kroger Selling its Marketing Technology
From The Eponymous Pickle

Kroger Selling its Marketing Technology

Excerpt from ModernRetail: Why Kroger’s advertising program remains a nascent opportunityBy Cale Guthrie Weissman " ..... Kroger — which boasts over 443,000 employees...

Tracking Your Data: Exist
From The Eponymous Pickle

Tracking Your Data: Exist

Brought to my attention:Exist: Track everything together. Understand your behaviour.By combining data from services you already use, we can help you understandBring...

The Future of Malicious Online Activity
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Future of Malicious Online Activity

Recent events have been troublesome here.     We like to trust our machines, but the more autonomous and 'intelligent' they are,  leads to lest trust and more complexity...

Details on Uzbekistan Government Malware: SandCat
From Schneier on Security

Details on Uzbekistan Government Malware: SandCat

Kaspersky has uncovered an Uzbeki hacking operation, mostly due to incompetence on the part of the government hackers. The group's lax operational security includes...

Are the World’s Top Websites Truly Accessible for Global Audiences?
From Universal Acceptance Steering Group

Are the World’s Top Websites Truly Accessible for Global Audiences?

Are the World’s Top Websites Truly Accessible for Global Audiences? An Evaluation of Acceptance of Email Addresses in 2019. By Mark W. Datysgeld, UASG Ambassador...

Near the Root of Cybersecurity Dysfunction
From CERIAS Blog

Near the Root of Cybersecurity Dysfunction

I’ve been missing from the CERIAS blog for much of the last year+ as I enjoyed a long-overdue sabbatical. While I was away, I was going through some materials...
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