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Amazon Honeycode: Nocode App Builder
From The Eponymous Pickle

Amazon Honeycode: Nocode App Builder

Expect to see more NoCode and visual app building to drive more applications.AWS Launches a No-Code Mobile and Web App Builder in Beta: Amazon Honeycode   by Steef...

Blockchains for Clinical Data
From The Eponymous Pickle

Blockchains for Clinical Data

Example of blockchain use in healthcare data applications.South Korean Government Turns to Blockchain Tech to More Reliably Store Clinical Diabetes DataJun 29,Coindesk...

Robot Disinfecting a  Food Bank
From The Eponymous Pickle

Robot Disinfecting a Food Bank

Would seem to be a very efficient use of robotics.  Considerable detail and video about the process at the link.CSAIL robot disinfects Greater Boston Food BankUsing...

Amazon Wants a Big Piece of Self-Driving/Hailing
From The Eponymous Pickle

Amazon Wants a Big Piece of Self-Driving/Hailing

Been watching the extension of the smart home to the car by Amazon, interesting, but still weakly done.   Now are they really seeing 'self driving' as a means of...

Knowledge Management
From The Eponymous Pickle

Knowledge Management

Important thoughts, though I think it is still rarely done very well.Lauren Trees identifies trends in enterprise knowledge sharing and collaboration, researches...

Synthetic Data to Support Research
From The Eponymous Pickle

Synthetic Data to Support Research

In a much less complex sense we used a method, connected to real sensors on systems, to construct sample datasets.  The resulting ML could then be used as a testbed...

Misconceptions about the Use of RPA
From The Eponymous Pickle

Misconceptions about the Use of RPA

NIcely put, nontechnical piece.  In particular I liked the comments about its difference between BPM modeling models.   All users considering its use should follow...

STOC Workshop on "Algorithms with Predictions"
From My Biased Coin

STOC Workshop on "Algorithms with Predictions"

The STOC workshop on Algorithms with Predictions was on Friday, and I thought it went really well!  I can't speak for my talk, but the other 3 talks (Tim Roughgarden...

Verified, Intentified Phone Calling is Advancing
From The Eponymous Pickle

Verified, Intentified Phone Calling is Advancing

Will we soon get the inferred reason for a phone call?  Its getting a start already, in IOS I get already get 'likely spam', and who it is likely to be from, but...

A Way to Consider and Onboard AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

A Way to Consider and Onboard AI

Thoughtful results from a survey from multiple countries.  A look at AI in the form of Assistant, Monitor, Coach and Teammate.  Reasonable ways to think of their...

Platt Retail Institute on Robot Adoption in Retail
From The Eponymous Pickle

Platt Retail Institute on Robot Adoption in Retail

Some new thoughts about robotics being used a changed context.Via Platt Retail Institute by Northwestern There has been growing interest in robotic automation in...

Alphabet Buying North Glasses
From The Eponymous Pickle

Alphabet Buying North Glasses

Somewhat Unexpected perhaps,  but some indication of seriousness on the ultimate wearable. Had heard from others that North Glasses were good.Report: Alphabet looking...

GNU GCC does not round floating-point divisions to the nearest value
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

GNU GCC does not round floating-point divisions to the nearest value

I know that floating-point arithmetic is a bit crazy on modern computers. For example, floating-point numbers are not associative: 0.1+(0.2+0.3) == 0.599999999999999978...

Friday Squid Blogging: Fishing for Jumbo Squid
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Fishing for Jumbo Squid

Interesting article on the rise of the jumbo squid industry as a result of climate change. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security...

Code as Evidence in Contracts, Disputes
From The Eponymous Pickle

Code as Evidence in Contracts, Disputes

A UK piece on the topic  of computing and dispute resolutions, code as evidence, which came up with respect to smart contracts.  Click through for useful and detailed...

Talk: Robots as a Service in a Post Pandemic World
From The Eponymous Pickle

Talk: Robots as a Service in a Post Pandemic World

I had mentioned this talk, here is the recording:Correspondent Jim Spohrer talks about robot tech in our pandemic futures.    ...ISSIP Speaker Series: COVID-19Speaker...

The Hyperion-insideHPC Interviews: Rich Brueckner Talks with Jack Collins about the Emergence of ‘HPC Everywhere’ and Its Impact on Science
From insideHPC

The Hyperion-insideHPC Interviews: Rich Brueckner Talks with Jack Collins about the Emergence of ‘HPC Everywhere’ and Its Impact on Science

HPC industry veteran Jack Collins, long-time fixture in the scientific supercomputing community, has seen it all in HPC, from the days when his input/output device...

Why Your AI Project May Fail
From The Eponymous Pickle

Why Your AI Project May Fail

This is true, if you don't have ready understanding/access into the local architecture, its much harder to get the data to train models in context.    And certainly...

Dash Shopping Wand to be Bricked
From The Eponymous Pickle

Dash Shopping Wand to be Bricked

As predicted, the Dash Wand has gone away.    I don't think I ever bought anything with it, just put it on a list to look at or buy later.    As noted below, they...

Let’s Talk Exascale: Forecasting Water Resources and Severe Weather with Greater Confidence
From insideHPC

Let’s Talk Exascale: Forecasting Water Resources and Severe Weather with Greater Confidence

In this episode of Let’s Talk Exascale, Mark Taylor of Sandia National Laboratories talks about using exascale supercomputers for severe weather and water resource...
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