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Oak Ridge Lab: Researchers Use AI for Autonomous Discovery and Optimization of Materials
From insideHPC

Oak Ridge Lab: Researchers Use AI for Autonomous Discovery and Optimization of Materials

Researchers are developing ways to accelerate discovery by combining automated experiments, artificial intelligence and high-performance computing. A novel tool...

Viridien Joins with Ranch Computing on Digital Media
From insideHPC

Viridien Joins with Ranch Computing on Digital Media

Paris | Jun 11, 2024 — Viridien, formerly CGG, has announced a high-performance computing (HPC) agreement with Ranch Computing, a French rendering farm based in...

CCC Council Member Pamela Wisniewski Appointed to DARPA ISAT Study Group
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

CCC Council Member Pamela Wisniewski Appointed to DARPA ISAT Study Group

The Computing Community Consortium (CCC) continues to be amazed by the accomplishments of our council members. On May 31, Pamela Wisniewski was appointed to the...

LLMs Acting Deceptively
From Schneier on Security

LLMs Acting Deceptively

New research: “Deception abilities emerged in large language models“: Abstract: Large language models (LLMs) are currently at the forefront of intertwining AI systems...

Quantum: OTI Lumionics Selects Nord Quantique to Test Materials Science Applications
From insideHPC

Quantum: OTI Lumionics Selects Nord Quantique to Test Materials Science Applications

TORONTO and SHERBROOKE, Quebec (June 11, 2024) – OTI Lumionics, developer of advanced materials for consumer electronics, and Nord Quantique, a quantum computing...

Bags of Documents and the Cluster Hypothesis
From The Noisy Channel

Bags of Documents and the Cluster Hypothesis

My writing on AI-powered search promotes the “bag-of-documents” model, which represents a search query as a distribution of vectors for relevant documents. When...

@HPCpodcast: A Deep Dive into the Stanford AI Index Report
From insideHPC

@HPCpodcast: A Deep Dive into the Stanford AI Index Report

For an analysis of the state of AI, the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered AI (HAI) produces an annual AI Index that breaks down the industry into key thematic...

CCC responds to National Institute of Justice on Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

CCC responds to National Institute of Justice on Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence

Imagine a situation where an AI system labels someone as high risk without taking into account important factors like their low income, family responsibilities,...

Sigma2 Collaborates with Iris.ai on Research through Access to HPC in Europe
From insideHPC

Sigma2 Collaborates with Iris.ai on Research through Access to HPC in Europe

Trondheim, Norway June 10 – Sigma2 AS, Norway’s official provider of national e-infrastructure resources for research, has announced its collaboration with Iris...

Synopsys Announces PCIe 7.0 IP for HPC-AI Chip Design
From insideHPC

Synopsys Announces PCIe 7.0 IP for HPC-AI Chip Design

SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 10, 2024 — Synopsys (Nasdaq: SNPS) today announced what it said is the industry’s first PCIe 7.0 IP solution consisting of controller, IDE...

HPC News Bytes 20240610: Clinical Trials for HPC-Discovered Drug, New Liquid Cooling Technique, CHIPS Act Update, Low Memory-Low Power AI
From insideHPC

HPC News Bytes 20240610: Clinical Trials for HPC-Discovered Drug, New Liquid Cooling Technique, CHIPS Act Update, Low Memory-Low Power AI

Good June morning! It’s been an interesting week in HPC-AI, here’s a quick (6:53) review of the latest news and trends: Clinical trials for cancer fighting drug...

Welcoming Suzhou ACM-W Professional Chapter
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

Welcoming Suzhou ACM-W Professional Chapter

As we celebrate the establishment of the new ACM-W professional chapter, we are all  thrilled to envision what lies ahead for the founders and members in the coming...

Exploiting Mistyped URLs
From Schneier on Security

Exploiting Mistyped URLs

Interesting research: “Hyperlink Hijacking: Exploiting Erroneous URL Links to Phantom Domains“: Abstract: Web users often follow hyperlinks hastily, expecting them...

From Computational Complexity

CFG-Kolm-complexity is singleton sets with Lance and Bill

For this post all Context Free Grammars (henceforth CFGs) are assumed to be in Chomsky Normal Form. The size of a CFG \(G\)  is the number of rules. We denote this...

Scan HTML faster with SIMD instructions: Chrome edition
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Scan HTML faster with SIMD instructions: Chrome edition

Modern processors have instructions to process several bytes at once. Effectively all processors have the capability of processing 16 bytes one once. These instructions...

Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Catch Quotas in Peru
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Catch Quotas in Peru

Peru has set a lower squid quota for 2024. The article says “giant squid,” but that seems wrong. We don’t eat those. As usual, you can also use this squid posthere...

Security and Human Behavior (SHB) 2024
From Schneier on Security

Security and Human Behavior (SHB) 2024

This week, I hosted the seventeenth Workshop on Security and Human Behavior at the Harvard Kennedy School. This is the first workshop since our co-founder, Ross...

Taking Liquid Cooling to Next Level: Sandia Researchers Say Direct Immersion Technique May Cut Power Use by 70%
From insideHPC

Taking Liquid Cooling to Next Level: Sandia Researchers Say Direct Immersion Technique May Cut Power Use by 70%

.... by directly submergining electrical circuits and components in fluid that does not conduct electricity, Sandia National Laboratories researchers are taking...

The Justice Department Took Down the 911 S5 Botnet
From Schneier on Security

The Justice Department Took Down the 911 S5 Botnet

The US Justice Department has dismantled an enormous botnet: According to an indictment unsealed on May 24, from 2014 through July 2022, Wang and others are alleged...

Livermore Lab and BridgeBio Announce Human Trials for HPC-Discovered Cancer Drug
From insideHPC

Livermore Lab and BridgeBio Announce Human Trials for HPC-Discovered Cancer Drug

In what Lawrence Livermore National Lab said is "a substantial milestone for supercomputing-aided drug design," LLNL and BridgeBio Oncology Therapeutics  todayLivermore...
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