Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Monday, January 25, 2021
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Red Hat’s Disruption of CentOS Unleashes Storm of Dissent

Five weeks after angering much of the CentOS Linux developer community by unveiling controversial changes to the no-cost CentOS operating system, Red Hat has unveiled alternatives for affected users ...Full Article

Google’s AI Ethics Flap Widens

Google’s AI ethics mess continues to spread, with reports this week that the company is investigating a second AI ethicist for scanning company files in search of examples of ...Full Article

Edge AI Startup Kneron Attracts New Investors

Kneron Inc., the AI startup specializing in “on-device” edge inferencing applications, has raised additional funding in the form of investments by Taiwanese manufacturing powerhouses Foxconn and Winbond. San Diego-based ...Full Article

Red Hat Bolstering Its OpenShift Kubernetes Security with Acquisition of StackRox

Red Hat is bringing deeper security capabilities to its popular Red Hat OpenShift enterprise Kubernetes platform through the acquisition of container and Kubernetes security vendor StackRox. The deal is ...Full Article

OpenAI Extends GPT-3 to Combine NLP with Images

A pair of neural networks unleashed by GPT-3 developer OpenAI use text in the form of image captions as a way of generating images, a predictive approach that developers ...Full Article

AI to Transform Healthcare of the Future in the Shadow of COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the growing emergence and use of AI in healthcare is one of the most important trends that is helping already-overburdened doctors, nurses, hospitals and ...Full Article

Proposed Expansion of Facial Recognition Use at U.S. Borders Slammed by ACLU

A proposed expansion in facial recognition technology use by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency to screen foreign travelers coming in or out of the United States ...Full Article

DeepMind, Google’s AI Unit, Reports Big Loss

DeepMind requires deep pockets. Reports surfaced this week that the London-based AI lab acquired in 2014 by Google parent Alphabet for about $600 million lost a staggering $649 million ...Full Article

DARPA Expands Access to Chip IP

The Pentagon’s premiere R&D agency is expanding an initiative designed to provide technology startups with broader access to semiconductor and other intellectual property in hopes of stimulating innovation. The ...Full Article

Improving Chaos Engineering in the Cloud with AWS Fault Injection Simulator

AWS re:Invent 2020—For a long time, it has been serious challenge for IT teams to adequately stress-test cloud applications to find and fix their weaknesses, especially at scale. But ...Full Article
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