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Tachyum Moves Forward with Prodigy Chip for Extreme Power Efficiency
From insideHPC

Tachyum Moves Forward with Prodigy Chip for Extreme Power Efficiency

Today Tachyum announced that it has achieved a significant engineering milestone in its Prodigy product development, by proving that all critical components ofTachyum...

NVIDIA Unveils TITAN RTX GPU for Accelerated Ai
From insideHPC

NVIDIA Unveils TITAN RTX GPU for Accelerated Ai

Today NVIDIA introduced the TITAN RTX as what the company calls "the world’s most powerful desktop GPU" for AI research, data science and creative applications....

Video: Cray Steps up with Shasta Platform for Exascale Supercomputing
From insideHPC

Video: Cray Steps up with Shasta Platform for Exascale Supercomputing

In this video from SC18 in Dallas, Per Nyberg from Cray describes the company's new Shasta supercomputing architecture for exascale. "Shasta is an entirely newVideo...

Bad Consumer Security Advice
From Schneier on Security

Bad Consumer Security Advice

There are lots of articles about there telling people how to better secure their computers and online accounts. While I agree with some of it, this article contains...

Rajasthan State’s New Email Project Brings Millions of Hindi Speakers Online
From Universal Acceptance Steering Group

Rajasthan State’s New Email Project Brings Millions of Hindi Speakers Online

Internet adoption in India, one of the world's fastest growing economies, reached a key milestone earlier this year with 500 million Internet users – more thanRajasthan...

Game Theory and Society
From The Eponymous Pickle

Game Theory and Society

A favorite topic is how game theory can be made practical   We tried that and got little out of it beyond descriptive rather than prescriptive models.   Is this...

Foundational Barriers for AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

Foundational Barriers for AI

Agree, and real feedback from surveys is interesting ... AI adoption advances, but foundational barriers remain, results from surveys.Survey respondents reportThe...

Mike, I appreciate your detailed response.
From The Noisy Channel

Mike, I appreciate your detailed response.

Mike, I appreciate your detailed response. And I agree that there are worse possible worlds than our present one — specifically, that replacing disclosed advertising...

Connecting and Securing Communities through Digital Technologies: A Guide for Federal Agencies
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Connecting and Securing Communities through Digital Technologies: A Guide for Federal Agencies

Contributions to this post were provided by CCC Executive Council member, Daniel Lopresti from Lehigh University.  The Networking and Information Technology Research...

Brand Loyalty Changing for Natives
From The Eponymous Pickle

Brand Loyalty Changing for Natives

Never liked the term Digital Native.    We are all more like digital tourists now, using the convenience and intelligence of it more or less.   .........Marketing...

AI Is Watching Employee Expenses
From The Eponymous Pickle

AI Is Watching Employee Expenses

A classic approach to look anomalies in streams of data.AI Is Watching Employee Expenses   in Bloomberg  By Olivia CarvilleAppZen has developed an artificial intelligence...

Can Amazon Scale up GO?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Can Amazon Scale up GO?

Scale up is very likely, what are the implications for in store marketing?Has Amazon figured out how to scale its Go cashier-free tech to bigger stores?by George...

Difference Between Business Intelligence and Data Science
From The Eponymous Pickle

Difference Between Business Intelligence and Data Science

Nicely done piece.  Good charts at the links below.   Though in some ways I have to ask if there should be a difference in practice?   Depending on Goals and potential...

Morse Code for Acccesibility
From The Eponymous Pickle

Morse Code for Acccesibility

Most interesting.  Clever idea that has been developed further. Nice idea Google with GBoard!Google’s Morse code-powered games aim to serve kids with limited mobility...

UberCloud Wins Three Prestigious Awards for HPC in the Cloud
From insideHPC

UberCloud Wins Three Prestigious Awards for HPC in the Cloud

We are please to announce that our friends at the UberCloud won a number of prestigious awards for HPC in the Cloud. "At Hyperion Research’s HPC Market Update Breakfast...

Happy Computer Science Education Week
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Happy Computer Science Education Week

It’s CS ED week again. Yeah! This is the week that thousands of teachers around the work introduce millions of students to computer science. Many of them for the...

New CPC QD Solution Optimizes HPC Liquid Cooling
From insideHPC

New CPC QD Solution Optimizes HPC Liquid Cooling

In this video from SC18, Kristin Anderson from CPC describes the company's innovative connector couplings for liquid cooling. "PLQ Series QDs are among the highest...

The DoJ's Secret Legal Arguments to Break Cryptography
From Schneier on Security

The DoJ's Secret Legal Arguments to Break Cryptography

Earlier this year, the US Department of Justice made a series of legal arguments as to why Facebook should be forced to help the government wiretap Facebook Messenger...

One Stop Systems Steps up GPU Servers for Ai and World’s First PCIe Gen 4 Cable Adapter
From insideHPC

One Stop Systems Steps up GPU Servers for Ai and World’s First PCIe Gen 4 Cable Adapter

In this video from SC18, Jaan Mannik from One Stop Systems describes how the company's high performance GPU system power HPC and Ai applications. At the show, the...

Deconstructing the Complexities of the Data Pipeline for Connected Cars
From insideHPC

Deconstructing the Complexities of the Data Pipeline for Connected Cars

A connected car can generate up to a gigabyte of data per day, and perhaps even more. Impressively, it is estimated that there are approximately 2 million connected...
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