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AI and Industrial IoT
From The Eponymous Pickle

AI and Industrial IoT

Nice overview example, similar things happening at GE.AI Transforms Industrial IoT    Posted by Ronald van Loon  from DSCIf you’ve been studying artificial intelligence...

Pallative Care Decisions via a Control Tower
From The Eponymous Pickle

Pallative Care Decisions via a Control Tower

I have mentees at University of Florida Industrial and Systems Engineering, where I did work  building simulations linked to optimization of complex health systems...

Facebook's New Privacy Hires
From Schneier on Security

Facebook's New Privacy Hires

The Wired headline sums it up nicely -- "Facebook Hires Up Three of Its Biggest Privacy Critics": In December, Facebook hired Nathan White away from the digital...

Bio of Claude Shannon
From The Eponymous Pickle

Bio of Claude Shannon

Reading about some of Shannon's work inspired me, and saw it applied in the enterprise in novel and AI related ways.  Interesting too, t his says the book is about...

Video: The Quest for the Highest Performance – Supporting Science with SuperMUC-NG
From insideHPC

Video: The Quest for the Highest Performance – Supporting Science with SuperMUC-NG

Prof. Dr. Dieter Kranzlmüller from the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) in Germany gave this talk at the Intel User Forum. "The next generation of supercomputing...

CCC Launches the “Catalyzing Computing” Podcast
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

CCC Launches the “Catalyzing Computing” Podcast

The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) is launching the “Catalyzing Computing” podcast, which will focus on topics of interests within the computing research...

High Performance Embedded Computing
From insideHPC

High Performance Embedded Computing

SkyScale's Tim Miller contends that the recent combination of One Stop Systems and Bressner create an ideal European ‘AI on the Fly’ embedded HPC partner for OEMs...

Supply and Demand in Computer Science Education
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Supply and Demand in Computer Science Education

We have a supply and demand problem in computer science education. Demand has never been higher and it is growing.  The need is real. Take a look at We need as....

From Computational Complexity

Don't know Football but still want bet on the Superb Owl?

(Suberp Owl is not a typo. I've heard (and it could be wrong) that the  NFL guards their copyright so you can't even say `Buy Beer here for the YOU KNOW WHATl'...

Science and Technology links (February 3rd, 2019)
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Science and Technology links (February 3rd, 2019)

A Canadian startup built around electric taxis failed. One of their core findings is that electric cars must be recharged several times a day, especially during...

Supply Chain Numbers
From The Eponymous Pickle

Supply Chain Numbers

This is published monthly, emphasizes the quant of supply chains, with further expert explanation of causal events and trends.   I often used this as a starting...

HudsonAlpha to host BioTech Hackathon in Huntsville
From insideHPC

HudsonAlpha to host BioTech Hackathon in Huntsville

The HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology will host the second HudsonAlpha Tech Challenge February 22-24, 2019. This life sciences hackathon brings together students...

Podcast: Doug Kothe Looks back at the Exascale Computing Project Annual Meeting
From insideHPC

Podcast: Doug Kothe Looks back at the Exascale Computing Project Annual Meeting

In this podcast, Doug Kothe from the Exascale Computing Project describes the 2019 ECP Annual Meeting. "Key topics to be covered at the meeting are discussionsPodcast...

Algorithms Need a Sense of Uncertainty
From The Eponymous Pickle

Algorithms Need a Sense of Uncertainty

In our early work in AI to implement expertise we always included what were called 'certainty' measures.   Sometimes estimated with a crowd sourcing method, sometimes...

Galaxies Missing?  No, we have Plenty
From The Eponymous Pickle

Galaxies Missing? No, we have Plenty

In Quanta.  Some phenomenal Hubble pictures at the link.  100 Billion galaxies estimated and counting.Missing Galaxies? Now There’s Too ManyAstronomers couldn’t...

Accenture Debuts RPA Platform
From The Eponymous Pickle

Accenture Debuts RPA Platform

New to me, will be interesting to see how it can automate key elements of business process.  RPA applications are continuing to expand.    See the SynOps Site.Accenture...

IBM Facial Reco Data Sets Tests Bias
From The Eponymous Pickle

IBM Facial Reco Data Sets Tests Bias

An increasing number of 'test' datasets for key aspects of learning.    If generally accepted,  are a way to certify algorithms and associated processes.IBM Facial...

AI Patents Surge
From The Eponymous Pickle

AI Patents Surge

Huge Surge in AI Patent Applications in Past 5 Years Financial Times   By Clive CooksonThe World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has estimated that the...

Lowes to Shut Down its Smart Home Ecosystem
From The Eponymous Pickle

Lowes to Shut Down its Smart Home Ecosystem

Not unexpected given the competition. Continued development is likely to be very expensive.   Better work closely with other assistant makers.  Had seen their in...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

A Strange Horizon

Data science of many things including citations Amazon India source Paul Allison is an emeritus professor of sociology at the University of Pennsylvania and the...
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