Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Tuesday, September 29, 2020
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IBM Halts Facial Recognition Sales

In a nod to the national discussion on racial equality and law enforcement, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna this week said the company will no longer sell facial recognition technology. ...Full Article

AI Trust Remains an Issue in the Life Sciences

The rise of AI – machine and deep learning – in life sciences has stirred the same excitement and skepticism as in other fields of scientific research. AI is ...Full Article

DARPA Stress Tests its Hardware-Centric Security Approach

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency launched a cyber security effort several years back designed to replace commonly used security patches for software applications with the ability to spot ...Full Article

DARPA Moves to Secure Chip Designs

The U.S. military is ramping up efforts to secure semiconductors and its electronics supply chain by embedding defenses during the chip design phase. The automation effort also addresses the ...Full Article

COVID-19 HPC Consortium Expands to Europe, Reports on Research Projects

The COVID-19 HPC Consortium, a public-private effort delivering free access to HPC processing for scientists pursuing coronavirus research – some utilizing AI-based techniques – has expanded to more than ...Full Article

Startup MemVerge Launches Memory-centric Mission

Memory situated at the center of the computing universe, replacing processing, has long been envisioned as instrumental to radically improved data center systems performance. Combined with accelerated processing (GPUs, ...Full Article

COVID Cabin Fever: Travel Uptick Detected as Curve Flattens

An analysis of smartphone location data since mid-March reveals an outbreak of what’s been described as COVID-induced “quarantine fatigue.” University of Maryland researchers studying how social distancing and shelter-in-place ...Full Article

Taiwan Is Open for Business: A COVID-19 Tech Template

Taiwan, tech-savvy and pandemic-prepared, has emerged as the gold standard for containing the spread of the novel coronavirus. Using hard lessons learned from previous epidemics, frequent earthquakes and other ...Full Article

Report: ‘Post-Quantum Cryptography’ Needed for Retroactive Risks

A coordinated, long-term approach is needed to confront the “retroactive risk” to secure communications posed by quantum computing, warns a new report emphasizing that code-breaking applications based on quantum ...Full Article

Tom Siebel’s Unified AI-Big Data Front Against COVID-19

If AI is to help turn back the COVID-19 tide in a timeframe that saves lives and livelihoods, data scientists will need to build machine learning models fast and ...Full Article
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