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Mining Financial Data Without Actually Seeing It Can Detect Fraud
From The Eponymous Pickle

Mining Financial Data Without Actually Seeing It Can Detect Fraud

Quite interesting.   Mining Financial Data Without Actually Seeing It Can Detect Fraud  By Arnout Jaspers, Commissioned by CACM Staff, September 9, 2021Large-scale...

Triple Qubit Entanglement
From The Eponymous Pickle

Triple Qubit Entanglement

Enticing piece ... implications?   Had only heard of two bit entanglements.   examining.  Quantum Computing: Triple Qubit Entanglement Achieved in Research Breakthrough...

Container Shipping as an IOT
From The Eponymous Pickle

Container Shipping as an IOT

 A look at container shipping.   Not too different than we did a decade ago, except in the specific use of the data generated and logged. Container shipping goes...

LIDAR and Digital Twins
From The Eponymous Pickle

LIDAR and Digital Twins

Good thoughts on this aspect of constructing a model.Using Drone LiDAR and Photogrammetry to Create a Digital Twin Thompson Engineering used the mdLiDAR1000HR and...

Random identifiers are poorly compressible
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Random identifiers are poorly compressible

It is common in data engineering to find that we have too much data. Thus engineers commonly seek compression routines. At the same time, random identifiers are...

IBM and Watson, on Again
From The Eponymous Pickle

IBM and Watson, on Again

It would seem that IBM has been talking less about Watson/AI of late, especially in the business space. But here indications of new features and emphasis.  HadIBM...

US Takes Stance in Patents by an Computer Using AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

US Takes Stance in Patents by an Computer Using AI

In a previous effort I took a look at intellectual property law as used by the USAF.  What is noted here are initial rulings by US courts.  These, as it mentions...

Immersive Drug Design with VR
From The Eponymous Pickle

Immersive Drug Design with VR

In the much earlier days of VR we did something similar.  Key is what insight you get from the VR and how do you put it to real value in a design effort?   What...

Molecular Device Reconfigured for Computational Tasks
From The Eponymous Pickle

Molecular Device Reconfigured for Computational Tasks

Intriguing direction.  How many such computational tasks? Molecular Device Can Be Reconfigured for Different Computational Tasks, By Texas A&M University, September...

Non Line of Sight Technology
From The Eponymous Pickle

Non Line of Sight Technology

Have written about related approaches here a number of times.   NLOS it is called, Non-line-of-Sight technology.   Obvious military applications.   Autonomy data...

Augmented Reality for the Ears: Sharing Music
From The Eponymous Pickle

Augmented Reality for the Ears: Sharing Music

Don't do this, but idea is interesting.  Might also be used to share presentations and comments on them.Augmented Reality Is Coming for Your Ears, TooBy Wired,Sharing...

NCSA Participating in $25M Programmable Plant Systems Initiative
From insideHPC

NCSA Participating in $25M Programmable Plant Systems Initiative

Researchers from the Center for Digital Agriculture (CDA) at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) will be part of the newly-announced Center...

Working Towards a Multilingual and Digitally Inclusive Internet: FY21 Progress and Looking Ahead
From Universal Acceptance Steering Group

Working Towards a Multilingual and Digitally Inclusive Internet: FY21 Progress and Looking Ahead

By Ajay Data, UASG Chair Since 2015, the Universal Acceptance Steering Group (UASG) has been working to make the Internet more inclusive for users around the world...

Friday Squid Blogging: Possible Evidence of Squid Paternal Care
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Possible Evidence of Squid Paternal Care

Researchers have found possible evidence of paternal care among bigfin reef squid. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories...

ProtonMail Now Keeps IP Logs
From Schneier on Security

ProtonMail Now Keeps IP Logs

After being compelled by a Swiss court to monitor IP logs for a particular user, ProtonMail no longer claims that “we do not keep any IP logs.”

Facebook Roy-Ban Smart Glasses
From The Eponymous Pickle

Facebook Roy-Ban Smart Glasses

 Happened on this, more on a Facebook Smart Glasses.  Facebook Voice Assistant?  Hmmm ..  Too much in your face all the time digital world?  Facebook and Ray-Ban...

Decision Making in AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

Decision Making in AI

Good thoughts here ... its not all about decisions, but decisions in real contexts. The Future of Decision-Making in AIHow not to end up in a Skynet, The Architect...

DOE Funds $16M for Scientific ML Research
From insideHPC

DOE Funds $16M for Scientific ML Research

Sept. 9, 2021 — Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $16 million for five collaborative research projects to develop artificial intelligence (AI)...

On the Front Lines of AI Automation: Life Sciences and Chip Design
From insideHPC

On the Front Lines of AI Automation: Life Sciences and Chip Design

Given the right task, AI-driven machines can be empowered with supercharged IQs that make the smartest humans look dumb, or at least inefficient.  As we watch advances...

Thwarting Ransomware
From The Eponymous Pickle

Thwarting Ransomware

Would have thought this is where you could unusual activity?   is it enough?    There will be challenges from both sides.Your SSD may soon be able to detect ransomware...
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