Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Wednesday, April 8, 2020
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Predictive AI Spots COVID-19 Patients with Life Threatening ‘Wet Lung’

As the rise in COVID-19 cases threatens to overwhelm healthcare facilities in areas hard hit by the coronavirus (including New York City, where the USNS Comfort, pictured below, has ...Full Article

DAWNBench Gives Way to MLPerf for Training, Inference

As the MLPerf benchmark emerges as an industry standard for measuring the performance of machine learning models, its creators said they will phase out the foundational DAWNBench metric. Stanford ...Full Article

SC19’s HPC Impact Showcase Chair: AI + HPC a ‘Speed Train’

This year’s chair of the HPC Impact Showcase at the SC19 conference in Denver is Lori Diachin, who has spent her career at the spearhead of HPC. Currently deputy ...Full Article

Federated Learning Applied to Cancer Research

The ability to share and analyze data while protecting patient privacy is giving medical researchers a new tool in their efforts to use what one vendor calls “federated learning” ...Full Article

ML Education: How Pearson Abstracted Away Rookie AI Headaches

In organizations that successfully embrace AI, going on gut feel is going the way of the dodo. So is the phrase: “because that’s the way we’ve always done it.” ...Full Article

At ISC19: HPC on Pace for 5-Year 6.8% CAGR; Guess Which Hyperscaler Spent $10B+ on IT Last Year?

In the neck-and-neck horse race for HPC server market share, HPE has hung on to a slim, shrinking lead over Dell EMC – but if server and storage market ...Full Article

AI Used to Convert Brain Signals to Speech

A deep learning framework developed by university researchers aims to convert brain signals recorded by an implant into synthesized speech, aiding those who have lost the ability to speak ...Full Article

ML Proponents Confront Reproducibility Claims

Machine learning researchers are pushing back on the recent assertion that the AI framework is a key contributor to a reproducibility crisis in scientific research. Rick Stevens, associate laboratory ...Full Article

Optalysys Switches on Commercial Optical Co-Processor

Optalysys, Ltd., a U.K. company seeking to advance it optical co-processor technology, moved a step closer this week with the unveiling of what it claims is the first commercial optical ...Full Article

NSF Explores Risks, Rewards of Automation

Addressing the growing unease over the prospect of AI taking jobs from humans, the National Science Foundation is soliciting proposals for how machines and workers can collaborate in ways ...Full Article
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