Sign In

Communications of the ACM

Blogroll



Blockchain and Trust
From The Eponymous Pickle

Blockchain and Trust

Can trust have an architecture?   in [email protected]:How the Blockchain Ushers in a New Form of TrustWharton's Kevin Werbach provides an in-depth explanation of the blockchain...

Governments and AI
From The Eponymous Pickle

Governments and AI

In McKinsey, thoughtful piece:When governments turn to AI: Algorithms, trade-offs, and trustArtificial intelligence can help government agencies solve complex public...

Podcast: China Tianhe-3 Exascale machine is coming
From insideHPC

Podcast: China Tianhe-3 Exascale machine is coming

In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team takes a second look at China’s plans for the Tianhe-3 exascale supercomputer. "According to news articles, Tianhe-3 will...

Job of the Week: Research Engineer at Reservoir Labs in New York
From insideHPC

Job of the Week: Research Engineer at Reservoir Labs in New York

Reservoir Labs is seeking a Research Engineer in our Job of the Week. We are working on some of the most interesting and challenging problems related to high-performance...

Classification and Regression Trees
From The Eponymous Pickle

Classification and Regression Trees

Good piece about a favorite method, in part because its results and methods are easy to explain.  Used it many times in the enterprise, even developed semi automated...

Letting AI Augment the Human Workplace
From The Eponymous Pickle

Letting AI Augment the Human Workplace

Nicely done,  agree, though this will require new understanding of both humans and machines.   A means of coordinating when each will think, assist and lead.   ...

Cisco on Privacy Framework
From The Eponymous Pickle

Cisco on Privacy Framework

Worth of thinking these systems in terms of consistency, and connected to important processes.Building an Effective Privacy FrameworkBy Eric Wenger in Cisco Blog...

New Web host
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

New Web host

Following my recent blogging problems, the majority advice I received was to move to a different host. My blog is now hosted by SiteGround. Moving my content over...

Friday Squid Blogging: Squid with Chorizo, Tomato, and Beans
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Squid with Chorizo, Tomato, and Beans

Nice recipe. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven't covered. Read my blog posting guidelines here...

Infrastructure Monitoring
From The Eponymous Pickle

Infrastructure Monitoring

Hands free,  clear place for monitoring applications in the smart city.Swarms of drones will soon keep tabs on our aging city infrastructure  By Luke Dorme in Digitaltrends...

Web caching: what is the right time-to-live for cached pages?
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Web caching: what is the right time-to-live for cached pages?

I have been having performance problems with my blog and this forced me to spend time digging into the issue. Some friends of mine advocate that I should just “pay...

Why HPC Cloud is your Competitive Advantage
From insideHPC

Why HPC Cloud is your Competitive Advantage

In this special guest post, Thomas Francis writes that the Cloud is stepping up to answer the computational challenges of Ai and HPC. "Cloud delivers cost savings...

Video: Performance and Productivity in the Big Data Era
From insideHPC

Video: Performance and Productivity in the Big Data Era

In this video from the Intel User Forum at SC18, Prabhat from NERSC presents: Performance and Productivity in the Big Data Era. "At the National Energy Research...

Public-Interest Tech at the RSA Conference
From Schneier on Security

Public-Interest Tech at the RSA Conference

Our work in cybersecurity is inexorably intertwined with public policy and­ -- more generally­ -- the public interest. It's obvious in the debates on encryption...

Agriculture and Technology
From The Eponymous Pickle

Agriculture and Technology

In ACM.   Good overview of the remarkable work underway and opportunities for Tech and agricultureTechnologizing Agriculture    By Keith Kirkpatrick Communications...

Looking for Patterns in Neurons
From The Eponymous Pickle

Looking for Patterns in Neurons

Fascinating after-training analysis of how neurons capture specifics.   Deep research  and technical,  but perhaps a way to squeeze new kinds of information from...

What is a variable and why is it so hard to understand?
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

What is a variable and why is it so hard to understand?

Variables in computer science are complicated. No, really they are. I didn’t consciously  realize how complicated until I read “What is a variable?” on the blog...

Data Law Compliance
From The Eponymous Pickle

Data Law Compliance

More data global data regulation and related compliance.  An example of negative value in data as an asset.   In BusinessInsider:Russia to check P&G's compliance...

InfoQ interviews Google on Quantum Neural Nets
From The Eponymous Pickle

InfoQ interviews Google on Quantum Neural Nets

Further examination of this, based on two papers in Google Research, provides a less technical and critical view.Exploring Quantum Neural Nets   by  Sergio De Simone...

Aras Joins the Revolution in Simulation Technology Alliance
From insideHPC

Aras Joins the Revolution in Simulation Technology Alliance

Today the Revolution In Simulation announced that the Aras Corporation has joined their technology alliance a new sponsor for 2019. "As a non-profit seeking initiative...
Sign In for Full Access
» Forgot Password? » Create an ACM Web Account