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Future of Transport
From The Eponymous Pickle

Future of Transport

 My long term interest and application, especially rail and truck.    And related to logistics and maintenance management Here’s what’s driving the future of transport...

Two Key Considerations of a Composable Infrastructure Cluster
From insideHPC

Two Key Considerations of a Composable Infrastructure Cluster

In this sponsored post, our friends over at Silicon Mechanics indicated that these days, they’re getting a lot of interest from clients about composable disaggregated...

Deploying Deep Learning
From The Eponymous Pickle

Deploying Deep Learning

 Most interesting  article...Lessons From Deploying Deep Learning to ProductionBy The Gradient  May 18, 2022Peter Gao is the co-founder and CEO of Aquarium, and...

Algae Powered ARM Chips for Low Energy
From The Eponymous Pickle

Algae Powered ARM Chips for Low Energy

Note low energy specification.  How practical at this time?Scientists Create Algae Computer Powered by Photosynthesis    By The Verge, May 17, 2022Scientists have...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

Sorting and Proving

A proof tells us where to concentrate our doubts—Morris Kline Tony Hoare is also known informally as Sir Charles Antony Richard Hoare. He has made key contributions...

CERIAS is on the move!
From CERIAS Blog

CERIAS is on the move!

In May of 1998, Purdue chartered CERIAS -- the Center of Education and Research In Information Assurance and Security -- as a campus-wide, multidisciplinary center...

Bitcoins Anonymous?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Bitcoins Anonymous?

Examining implications.. Via  ACM NEWSHow One Paper Blew Up Bitcoin's Claim to Anonymity   By ZDNet, June 10, 2022It has been a totem of the cryptocurrency community...

Quantum Computing:  A Useful Look at Why
From The Eponymous Pickle

Quantum Computing: A Useful Look at Why

How broadly might Quantum computing realistically improve  our algorithmic capabilities  Below a short intro. Quantum computer succeeds where a classical algorithm...

Apple vs. Feds: Is iPhone Privacy a Basic Human Right?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Apple vs. Feds: Is iPhone Privacy a Basic Human Right?

 HBS CaseApple vs. Feds: Is iPhone Privacy a Basic Human Right?26 MAY 2022| by Avery FormanLeaders today must be ready to take a stand on thorny social and political...

From Computational Complexity

I am surprised that the Shortest Vector Problem is not known to be NP-hard, but perhaps I am wrong

A lattice L in R^n is a discrete subgroup of R^n. Let p IN [1,infinty)The p-norm of a vector x=(x_1,...,x_n) IN R^n is                                         here...

Which Exec Role Should Guide the Path to the Metaverse?
From The Eponymous Pickle

Which Exec Role Should Guide the Path to the Metaverse?

Too early too define yet,  this a reasonable start.Which exec role should guide the path to the metaverse?   by Tom Ryan  in RetailwireCrate & Barrel Holdings last...

Google Coversational AI System  and AI Test Kitchen
From The Eponymous Pickle

Google Coversational AI System and AI Test Kitchen

Test Kitchen is interesting. Google Debuts LaMDA 2 Conversational AI System and AI Test Kitchen   By Jaime Hampton in DatanamiAt its annual developer conference...

New Book: Solving Almost any Machine Learning Problem
From The Eponymous Pickle

New Book: Solving Almost any Machine Learning Problem

What seems to be an interesting and inexpensive book, initially on Github, but then in a paper book version brought to my attention by Vincent Granville.   "Approaching...

Automotive 3D Printed Parts
From The Eponymous Pickle

Automotive 3D Printed Parts

Remarkable capability  being used by GM GM 3D Prints 60,000 Parts to Keep Tahoe Deliveries on Time  By Tim Stevens in CNETWhat's happening : GM turned to industrial...

Rethinking Datacenters
From The Eponymous Pickle

Rethinking Datacenters

 Power and Carbon and further considerations of their infrastructureThe Future of the DatacenterBy Samuel GreengardCommissioned by CACM Staff, June 9, 2022As businesses...

The Robot Has the View
From The Eponymous Pickle

The Robot Has the View

Object identification The Robot Has the ViewFraunhofer-Gesellschaft (Germany)March 16, 2022A sensor developed by researchers at Germany's Fraunhofer Institute for...

ZDNet Presents Best Tech Podcasts
From The Eponymous Pickle

ZDNet Presents Best Tech Podcasts

Good group of tech podcasts, will be taking a look. Best tech podcasts: Listen and learnInformative and fun, tech podcasts deliver news and insights about the diverse...

Liquid Mirror Telescopes
From The Eponymous Pickle

Liquid Mirror Telescopes

Very interesting application, but not new.  A means of data acquisition to match model needs when thereare strong limits of expense or capability.Liquid mirror ...

What Blockchain could mean for Customer Experience
From The Eponymous Pickle

What Blockchain could mean for Customer Experience

Have not seen many examples of blockchain in this space.What blockchain could mean for customer experienceSteven Van Belleghem -June 10, 2022    in CustomerThink...

Athena Concealed Weapon Detection System
From The Eponymous Pickle

Athena Concealed Weapon Detection System

Unaware of the current tech in this area, but clipped this as an example.  Introducing Athena Securitys Concealed Weapons Detection System engineered to detectAthena's...
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