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D-Wave Expands Leap API into Amazon Braket
From insideHPC

D-Wave Expands Leap API into Amazon Braket

Today D-Wave Systems announced the expansion of the Leap API into Amazon Braket, a new, fully managed Amazon Web Services (AWS) solution that allows scientists,...

Introducing the oneAPI Software Stack for HPC & AI
From insideHPC

Introducing the oneAPI Software Stack for HPC & AI

With oneAPI, Intel delivers a unified and simplified programming model for application development across heterogenous processing architectures, including CPUs,...

Coding for Fun and Advent of Code
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Coding for Fun and Advent of Code

My friend Mike Zamansky is a big proponent of the Advent of Code – 25 days of coding problems leading up the Christmas. Since I have been thinking I want to write...

Blockchain not Bitcoin
From The Eponymous Pickle

Blockchain not Bitcoin

Likely approach for approaches that address problems like secure identification and control. US Military’s DARPA Program Hops on the ‘Blockchain Not Bitcoin’ Bandwagon...

The Further Value of Demo Data
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Further Value of Demo Data

At first I didn't understand the claim being made here, but after I understood it,  remembered we had done sometime similar for a manufacturing application,  but...

Becoming a Tech Policy Activist
From Schneier on Security

Becoming a Tech Policy Activist

Carolyn McCarthy gave an excellent TEDx talk about becoming a tech policy activist. It's a powerful call for public-interest technologists....

Coke Rewards Failure
From The Eponymous Pickle

Coke Rewards Failure

But not failure to learn.  We did not do enough to understand and document precisely why we failed.Coke CEO: Why we have an award for projects that fail   By Catherine...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

End-to-End Encryption: A Problem

Bopuifs fodszqujpo qspcmfn. “Unsung Entrepreneur” source Adolph Ochs was the owner of the New York Times. In 1897 he created the paper’s slogan, “All the News That...

Chat in Google Photos
From The Eponymous Pickle

Chat in Google Photos

A surprise, perhaps.  But have been impressed with what they are doing in the photo area.  And while pictures are worth a K, then pictures that are of meaning to...

RSA-240 Factored
From Schneier on Security

RSA-240 Factored

This just in: We are pleased to announce the factorization of RSA-240, from RSA's challenge list, and the computation of a discrete logarithm of the same size (795...

Call for Proposals: Creating Visions for Computing Research
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Call for Proposals: Creating Visions for Computing Research

The mission of Computing Research Association’s (CRA) Computing Community Consortium (CCC) is to catalyze the computing research community and enable the pursuit...

Talking to Eliza in Private
From The Eponymous Pickle

Talking to Eliza in Private

As a player in AI since nearly its beginning, I knew the story of Eliza, and quoted its value and its cautions many times.   In talks, development and training....

Congratulations to the 2020 IEEE Newly Elevated Fellows!
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Congratulations to the 2020 IEEE Newly Elevated Fellows!

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has released its 2020 list of newly elevated fellows. The IEEE Grade of Fellow is given to a IEEE member...

Improving Quantum Error Correction
From The Eponymous Pickle

Improving Quantum Error Correction

The results in Quantum Computing are statistical, yet the results need to be precise.  How do we correct the results to precision?   A mostly non-technical discussion...

De-RISC Computing Platform for Space will be built with made-in-Europe Technology
From insideHPC

De-RISC Computing Platform for Space will be built with made-in-Europe Technology

A new European project called De-RISC is preparing a hardware-software platform based on RISC-V for the space and aviation market. Combining a multicore system-on...

New Intel Facility in Hyderabad to Focus on Exascale and other Breakthrough Technologies
From insideHPC

New Intel Facility in Hyderabad to Focus on Exascale and other Breakthrough Technologies

Today Intel announced the expansion of its innovation footprint in India with the unveiling of a new design and engineering center in Hyderabad. According to Intel...

LIqid Steps up with Composable Infrastructure at SC19
From insideHPC

LIqid Steps up with Composable Infrastructure at SC19

In this video from SC19, Sumit Puri from Liqid describes the company's innovative composable infrastructure technology for HPC. "We don't build servers statically...

IQMetrix: Business Case for Store Technology
From The Eponymous Pickle

IQMetrix: Business Case for Store Technology

Received, of interest.  New takes on measures are always useful to consider.Free whitepaper on ROI of in store technology:IQMetrixROI Uninterrupted:How to Build...

Microsoft AI to Replace Driving Instructors
From The Eponymous Pickle

Microsoft AI to Replace Driving Instructors

Makes sense, and I am sure something like this is already in general use.Microsoft’s A.I. project will replace human driving instructors   By Allison Matyus in ...

China Blocks Etherscan
From The Eponymous Pickle

China Blocks Etherscan

An indication of the beginning of global regulation of accessibility of 'intelligent' applications.China’s Internet Firewall Has Blocked Access to Ethereum Block...
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