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Science and Technology links (September 12 2022)
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Science and Technology links (September 12 2022)

A standard dataset in artificial-intelligence research has ten percent of its images mislabeled. Yet state-of-the-art algorithms achieve better-than-90% classification...

Reading Lips Thorough Masks
From The Eponymous Pickle

Reading Lips Thorough Masks

 And even less security.Next Generation of Hearing Aids Reads Lips Through MasksBy University of Glasgow (U.K.), September 9, 2022An international team led by researchers...

Algorithm Learns to Correct 3D Printing Errors
From The Eponymous Pickle

Algorithm Learns to Correct 3D Printing Errors

 Seems a very useful capability. Algorithm Learns to Correct 3D Printing ErrorsUniversity of Cambridge (U.K.)August 16, 2022An algorithm developed by researchers...

Cybercurrency/Blockchain Vulnerabilities
From The Eponymous Pickle

Cybercurrency/Blockchain Vulnerabilities

 Disclosure for Cryptocurrency/Blockchain  Security Vulnerabilities.   Consider how this mixes through to blockchain applications.Via Schneier (with comments) :...

From Computational Complexity

Thirty Years of Dagstuhl

  Dagstuhl old-timers at the original castle I'm back at Dagstuhl for the seminar on Algebraic and Analytic Methods in Computational Complexity. My first seminar...

Google Demos Soda-Fetching Robots
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Demos Soda-Fetching Robots

Interest, relatvely simple application.  More good hospitality applications?From ReutersGoogle Fetching SodaParesh DaveAugust 16, 2022Alphabet subsidiary Google...

Cheating at Arts Competition?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Cheating at Arts Competition?

 Expect to see more things of this type.  Redefining art?AI Used win Arts Competition     By The New York TimesSeptember 12, 2022 When Jason Allen submitted his...

How Aerospace/Defense Can Harness Data with a Well-Designed AI Infrastructure
From insideHPC

How Aerospace/Defense Can Harness Data with a Well-Designed AI Infrastructure

In this sponsored post, our friends over at Silicon Mechanics discuss how solving mission-critical problems using AI in the aerospace and defense industry is becoming...

TikTok Browser Can Track Users' Keystrokes
From The Eponymous Pickle

TikTok Browser Can Track Users' Keystrokes

 TikTok Browser Can Track Users' KeystrokesThe New York TimesPaul Mozur; Ryan Mac; Chang Che, August 19, 2022Privacy researcher Felix Krause found the TikTok video...

U.S. Recovers Over $30 Million in Cryptocurrency Stolen by North Korean Hackers
From The Eponymous Pickle

U.S. Recovers Over $30 Million in Cryptocurrency Stolen by North Korean Hackers

U.S. Recovers Over $30 Million in Cryptocurrency Stolen by North Korean HackersFROM ACM NEWSSum is only a fraction of hundreds of millions siphoned in breach of...

Your Smartphone Could Recognize You by How You Hold It
From The Eponymous Pickle

Your Smartphone Could Recognize You by How You Hold It

 Somewhat new recgnition approach Your Smartphone Could Recognize You by How You Hold ItBy New Scientist, August 22, 2022An algorithm trained to identify people...

Cities Using Digital Twins Examine SimCity for Policymakers:  Metaverse
From The Eponymous Pickle

Cities Using Digital Twins Examine SimCity for Policymakers: Metaverse

 Note considerable detail in the simulation here.Cities Using Digital Twins Like SimCity for PolicymakersBy Bloomberg CityLab, April 6, 2022A collage of 3-D reality...

A More Resilient Supply Chain From Optimized Operations Planning
From The Eponymous Pickle

A More Resilient Supply Chain From Optimized Operations Planning

 Optimization still useful here.A more resilient supply chain from optimized operations planningSeptember 1, 2022 | Article  Form McKinseyA more resilient supply...

The 4th Summit on Gender Equality in Computing (GEC’22)
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

The 4th Summit on Gender Equality in Computing (GEC’22)

by Alexia Giouroukou The 4th Summit on Gender Equality in Computing (GEC’22) took place in Thessaloniki on June 16th -17th, 2022. GEC’22 summit was opened with...

GM Recalls RoboTaxi  Code for Update after Crash
From The Eponymous Pickle

GM Recalls RoboTaxi Code for Update after Crash

An example of how automotive complexity will increase in context. GM's Cruise Recalls, Updates Software in RobotaxisBy TechCrunch, September 9, 2022A crash in June...

@HPCpodcast: Hot Chips Conference, UCIe, 3D Packaging, CXL and a Revival of Moore’s Law?
From insideHPC

@HPCpodcast: Hot Chips Conference, UCIe, 3D Packaging, CXL and a Revival of Moore’s Law?

This week’s episode takes a look at emerging technologies driving new chip design and performance, which is to say many of the topics highlighted at the recent@HPCpodcast...

What Data Does Facebook Have?
From The Eponymous Pickle

What Data Does Facebook Have?

From Schneier, with considerable comment ....    From a Court Deposition: " .... Facebook’s stonewalling has been revealing on its own, providing variations on...

On the Tesla Data Hoard
From The Eponymous Pickle

On the Tesla Data Hoard

Consider the Depth and Breadth of Data UseThe Radical Scope of Tesla’s Data Hoard Logs and records of its customers’ journeys fill out petabytes—and court case ...

Considering Mass Surveillance
From The Eponymous Pickle

Considering Mass Surveillance

Cops Wanted to Keep Mass Surveillance App Secret; Privacy Advocates RefusedBy Ars Technica, September 9, 2022  in CACMMuch is known about how the federal government...

DNA-based Storage and Compute Startup CATALOG to Collaborate with Seagate
From insideHPC

DNA-based Storage and Compute Startup CATALOG to Collaborate with Seagate

Sept. 8, 2022, Boston – Catalog Technologies, Inc. ( CATALOG ), a developer of automated DNA-based digital data storage and computation, is collaborating with storage...
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