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Introducing Quantum Sensing
From The Eponymous Pickle

Introducing Quantum Sensing

 Also new to me,  quite the revelation that quantum effects can greatly improve how we sense.  Sensing makes for more and more accurate data, here a short intro...

General Dynamics IT Unit Wins $89.5M EPA HPC Contract
From insideHPC

General Dynamics IT Unit Wins $89.5M EPA HPC Contract

May 6, 2022 — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded an $89.5 million contract to General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), a unit of aerospace...

Meta Opens its OpenAI for Inspection
From The Eponymous Pickle

Meta Opens its OpenAI for Inspection

 Seeking to take a deeper view.  Examination can reveal key flaws. Home/News/Meta Has Built a Massive New Language AI—And It's Free   in ACM NEWSMeta Has BuiltBy...

A view of Industry 4.0
From The Eponymous Pickle

A view of Industry 4.0

 Manufacturing pulls together all the tech, data and process, a good read.McKinsey Talks Industry 4.0 and MoreDigital transformations are notoriously difficultSent...

A Stone Could hold the key to Quantum Computing?
From The Eponymous Pickle

A Stone Could hold the key to Quantum Computing?

Completely New to me. An Ancient Namibian Stone Could Hold The Key to Unlocking Quantum Computers?DAVID NIELD 19 APRIL 2022  in ScienceAlertOne of the ways we can...

Behavioral science driven public policy “led astray”
From Putting People First

Behavioral science driven public policy “led astray”

Many behavioral scientists propose and test interventions that attack policy problems by seeking to change individual behavior (adopting an “i-frame”) rather than...

Security Now on Future Open Source
From The Eponymous Pickle

Security Now on Future Open Source

This week a  very good podcast session in TWIT:Security Now:  https://twit.tv/shows/security-now/episodes/869?autostart=false  Regarding the future of security,...

@HPCpodcast: Jack Dongarra Talks Turing Award, the TOP500 and the Past and Future of Supercomputing
From insideHPC

@HPCpodcast: Jack Dongarra Talks Turing Award, the TOP500 and the Past and Future of Supercomputing

At @HPCpodcast we’ve been fortunate to host some highly distinguished computer scientists and HPC thinkers, people who have shaped supercomputing as the technology...

Chip Scans Possible
From The Eponymous Pickle

Chip Scans Possible

Chips scans possible to reveal designsX-Ray Tech Reveals Chip Design    in IEEENo trade secret or hardware trojan can hide from ptychographic X-ray laminography...

Optimized Face Recognition
From The Eponymous Pickle

Optimized Face Recognition

 Advances in recognition.An Optimized Solution for Face RecognitionMIT News.Jennifer Michalowski, April 6, 2022Neuroscientists at the Massachusetts Institute of...

Hyperion Research Announces Special June HPC User Forum: Exascale at Oak Ridge
From insideHPC

Hyperion Research Announces Special June HPC User Forum: Exascale at Oak Ridge

ST. PAUL, Minn., May 5, 2022 — HPC industry analyst firm Hyperion Research today announced a special HPC User Forum to be held June 21-22, 2022 hosted onsite by...

Kraft Heinz Tech Investment
From The Eponymous Pickle

Kraft Heinz Tech Investment

Useful examples here. Kraft Heinz’s Latest Tech Investments Tackle Control Tower and Digital TwinsLisa Johnston Senior EditorThe Kraft Heinz Company is investing...

Nominations Open for SC 2025 General Chair and Steering Committee Openings
From insideHPC

Nominations Open for SC 2025 General Chair and Steering Committee Openings

May 4, 2022 — The SC Steering Committee is seeking future leaders for the SC Conference Series. Nominations for the SC25 general chair are now open and will close...

Post-Exascale Fabric: NNSA Awards Cornelis Networks $18M for High Performance Network R&D
From insideHPC

Post-Exascale Fabric: NNSA Awards Cornelis Networks $18M for High Performance Network R&D

Those who gave up for dead Intel's Omni-Path fabric, which Intel began working on 2012 and stopped supporting seven years later, may want to re-think that. Cornelis...

Platforms vs Users
From The Eponymous Pickle

Platforms vs Users

 Obviously, but worth a thought:Platforms Need to Work with Their Users – Not Against Themby Ethan Bueno de Mesquita and Andrew Hall, May 04, 2022  in HBR.orgAs...

Etna Volcanology with Fiber Optic Cables
From The Eponymous Pickle

Etna Volcanology with Fiber Optic Cables

Fraunhofer work on Etna Sensors Scientists Spy on Mount Etna with Fiber-Optic CablesWired, Matt Simon, April 8, 2022Scientists at the German Research Center for...

From Computational Complexity

The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs

I don't mention it that often in this blog, but I fell in love with opera in the 90's and watch as much as I can, often fitting opera into my travels or vice-versa...

Robotic Library Inventory
From The Eponymous Pickle

Robotic Library Inventory

Inventory taking and misplaced items.Robot Takes Stock of Books at Akita Public LibraryThe Asahi Shimbun (Japan)Tsutomu Yamatani, April 12, 2022The loan and return...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

Sedgewick to Emeritus Status

Retire from your job, but never retire your mind. Bob Sedgewick is becoming an emeritus professor: When Faculty transfer to emeritus status and retain a professional...

Privacy is a collective concern
From Putting People First

Privacy is a collective concern

It’s easy to assume that because some data is “personal”, protecting it is a private matter. But privacy is both a personal and a collective affair, because data...
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