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Why does pi come up so often? I don't know either but ...

 Here is how history DID unfold:1) People noticed that the ratio of the circumference to the diameter of ANY circle is always the same, it's a number between 3this...

NIST Releases Risk Management Framework Report
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

NIST Releases Risk Management Framework Report

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently released its Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Framework (AI RMF 1.0). The document aims...

Bard College Professor of Computer Science Valerie Barr Elected 2022 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
From insideHPC

Bard College Professor of Computer Science Valerie Barr Elected 2022 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, N.Y.— Valerie Barr, Bard College’s Margaret Hamilton Distinguished Professor of Computer Science, has been elected as a 2022 Fellow of theBard...

How can enshittification happen?
From Geeking with Greg

How can enshittification happen?

Cory Doctorow has a great piece in Wired, "The ‘Enshittification’ of TikTok. Or how, exactly, platforms die." It's about that we regularly see companies make their...

Sandia, Los Alamos, Livermore, NNSA and AMD Collaborate on Stockpile Mission
From insideHPC

Sandia, Los Alamos, Livermore, NNSA and AMD Collaborate on Stockpile Mission

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Sandia National Laboratories, in partnership with Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore national labs, has awarded a contract to AMD that fundsSandia...

Layoffs as a social contagion
From Geeking with Greg

Layoffs as a social contagion

Stanford Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer wrote about the recent layoffs at tech companies, saying that it hurts the company in the long-term, but CEOs can't avoid the...

Simplex Algorithm Still Key
From The Eponymous Pickle

Simplex Algorithm Still Key

Amazes me, was the first thing I learned in engineering analytics methodology to optimize systems  Originally invented for military supply chains in WWII.   Here...

Small, Convenient Mosquito Repellent Device
From The Eponymous Pickle

Small, Convenient Mosquito Repellent Device

 A former school of mine does interesting workSmall, convenient mosquito repellent device passes test to protect military personnel  by Karen Dooley, University...

Travel Industry Megatrends
From The Eponymous Pickle

Travel Industry Megatrends

Travel for business business still not completely restored. Steve King Writes in Small Biz Labs Skift's Travel Industry MegatrendsSkift is a travel industry analyst...

ChatGPT Can't Be Credited As an Author, Academic Publisher Says
From The Eponymous Pickle

ChatGPT Can't Be Credited As an Author, Academic Publisher Says

 Good to see this being laidd out, but ultimately will be specifically regulated.ChatGPT Can't Be Credited As an Author, Academic Publisher Says  By The Verge,Crediting...

Astera Labs Launches Cloud-Scale Interop Lab for CXL Solutions at Scale
From insideHPC

Astera Labs Launches Cloud-Scale Interop Lab for CXL Solutions at Scale

SANTA CLARA, CA – January 31, 2022 – Astera Labs, maker of connectivity solutions, today announced the expansion of its Cloud-Scale Interop Lab designed to provide...

Ransomware Payments Are Down
From Schneier on Security

Ransomware Payments Are Down

Chainalysis reports that worldwide ransomware payments were down in 2022. Ransomware attackers extorted at least $456.8 million from victims in 2022, down from...

Nobel Prize Winner and Former DOE Secretary Prof. Steven Chu Joins ADIA Lab Advisory Board
From insideHPC

Nobel Prize Winner and Former DOE Secretary Prof. Steven Chu Joins ADIA Lab Advisory Board

Abu Dhabi, 30 January 2023 — ADIA Lab, the Abu-Dhabi-based institute dedicated to basic and applied research in data and computational sciences, has announced that...

SAS on New Analytics
From The Eponymous Pickle

SAS on New Analytics

Thoughtful intro to piece via SAS4 ways you might not realize advanced analytics is changing the worldby LEXI REGALADO on JANUARY 24, 2023 The word innovation often...

AI / GPT Finding, Fixing Bugs in Code!  Security Threats?
From The Eponymous Pickle

AI / GPT Finding, Fixing Bugs in Code! Security Threats?

 Something we saw predicted and then experimented with in the 80s.  Have seen only hints at the possibility since then.   Could be a real powerful plus, especially...

Israel Opens First 'Smart Operating Room' That Manages Inventory
From The Eponymous Pickle

Israel Opens First 'Smart Operating Room' That Manages Inventory

 I worked on simulating operating rooms for efficient use,  takes the idea much further,  so of interest. Israel Opens First 'Smart Operating Room' That Manages...

Silicon Mechanics Delivers 10x HPC Run Time Boost for Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
From insideHPC

Silicon Mechanics Delivers 10x HPC Run Time Boost for Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation

[SPONSORED CONTENT]   In biomedical research it’s accelerate or perish. Drug discovery is a trial-and-error process driven by simulations – faster simulations,Silicon...

Wi Fi Routers Detect People in a Room
From The Eponymous Pickle

Wi Fi Routers Detect People in a Room

Intriguing capability, unexpected. Wi-Fi Routers Can Detect Human Locations, Poses Within a RoomTom's Hardware, Mark Tyson, January 18, 2023Carnegie Mellon University...

Move or copy your strings? Possible performance impacts
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Move or copy your strings? Possible performance impacts

You sometimes want to add a string to an existing data structure. For example, the C++17 template ‘std::optional’ may be used to represent a possible string value...
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