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Intel Releases oneAPI 2022 Toolkits
From insideHPC

Intel Releases oneAPI 2022 Toolkits

Jan. 4, 2022 — Intel today released oneAPI 2022 toolkits, which the company said have expanded cross-architecture features to provide greater utility and architectural...

Exascale: ALCF and Intel to Host Aurora Learning Paths Series
From insideHPC

Exascale: ALCF and Intel to Host Aurora Learning Paths Series

The Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF) in partnership with Intel will host the ALCF Aurora Learning Paths learning seriesto explore use of oneAPI andExascale...

Creating Text Out of Thin Air
From The Eponymous Pickle

Creating Text Out of Thin Air

New means of interaction with dataCreating Text Out of Thin AirBy IEEE SpectrumResearchers at China's Zhejiang University have developed and tested a smartwatch...

How programmers make sure that their software is correct
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

How programmers make sure that their software is correct

Our most important goal in writing software is that it be correct. The software must do what the programmer wants it to do. It must meet the needs of the user.Continue...

Finally, Manufacturing in Space
From The Eponymous Pickle

Finally, Manufacturing in Space

Had long heard about this being a big reason for going into space, now details of some serious movement.These Robotic Factories Will Make Supermaterials in Space...

Susan Hubbard Named ORNL Deputy for Science and Technology
From insideHPC

Susan Hubbard Named ORNL Deputy for Science and Technology

Susan Hubbard has been named deputy for science and technology at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory effective March 1, 2022. “Dr. Hubbard...

Livermore Innovation Incubator for Applied AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

Livermore Innovation Incubator for Applied AI

 Looks to be a useful direction, given the groups involved. AI Innovation Incubator Aims for Advances for Applied ScienceBy Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory...

On Quantum Related Risk
From The Eponymous Pickle

On Quantum Related Risk

 Good overview of the risks to be considered regarding.Quantum Computing Is for Tomorrow, But Quantum-Related Risk Is Here Today   By Kevin Townsend on JanuaryBooz...

Pew Research on the Gig 2021 Economy
From The Eponymous Pickle

Pew Research on the Gig 2021 Economy

FromSmallBizLabs, reporting on the Gig Economy: Pew Research on The State of the Gig Economy in 2021The Pew Research Center, a highly regarded non-profit, non-partisan...

Does AI Understand Our Language?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Does AI Understand Our Language?

Some good points made here regarding the context of language understanding. Does AI Understand Our Language?By TechTalks, December 27, 2021If a computer gives you...

Misinformation is a pandemic that doesn’t have a vaccine
From Putting People First

Misinformation is a pandemic that doesn’t have a vaccine

Conspiracy theories and misinformation about QAnon, COVID-19 and 2020 election fraud took a deadly turn in 2021. As bad as things were last year, experts worry...

From Computational Complexity

Did Betty White die in 2021?/Why do people have their `end-of-the-year' lists before the end of the year?

 I am looking at Parade Magazine's issue whose cover story is                                          We say goodbye to the stars we lost in 2021.The date on the...

Liquid Testing with Smartphones
From The Eponymous Pickle

Liquid Testing with Smartphones

Like the idea that we are extending smartphone use as sensors. It provides another means for gathering and utilizing complex data.   Here a good example:LiquidBy...

Tasteable Films
From The Eponymous Pickle

Tasteable Films

A space we also looked at for food. in the BBC. Netlicks? 'The TV screen you can taste’A prototype "lickable" TV screen which can mimic food flavours has been developed...

Towards AI Explainability and Audits
From The Eponymous Pickle

Towards AI Explainability and Audits

 Will continue to increase in application.Explainable AI is about to become mainstream: The AI audits are here - Impact of AI recruitment bias audit in New York...

Looking Back on Computer Science Education in 2021
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Looking Back on Computer Science Education in 2021

I’ve never felt less prepared to write a look back on CS education than I do today. I’ve been retired from most of the year and the world has been changed a bit...

Brain Cells Learn Pong
From The Eponymous Pickle

Brain Cells Learn Pong

Seems quite remarkable, if it is what I think it is, how far could be be extended, repeated?    Is it ethical to use human brain cells for this?ACM TECHNEWSHuman...

MGM Trains with VR
From The Eponymous Pickle

MGM Trains with VR

 Have seen similar things tried with VR in Retail environments a decade ago without much success.  Is it enough to just be innovation in a clever way and fun way...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

Make A Trillion Dollars

For every problem, there is one solution which is simple, neat, and wrong— H. L. Mencken 2019 announcement Lance Fortnow was a colleague of mine for a long time...

Cross Company AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

Cross Company AI

 Very interesting, another example.  Which leads us to the usual difficulty of adequately model different corporate goals.Intelligence Across Company BordersByCommunications...
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