Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Air Force, MIT Collaborate on AI Research

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is working with the U.S. Air Force to develop new AI technologies with potential dual-use applications. The Air Force plans to invest about $15 ...Full Article

VC Investment in AI Slows, But Don’t Expect Another AI Winter Just Yet

AI firms attracted a record $9.33 billion in investments from venture capital firms in 2018, nearly a 10 percent increase from 2017. So far this year, AI funding has ...Full Article

Nvidia EGX Pushes Real-Time AI to the Edge

Nvidia is putting a combination of its GPU processors and AI software stack out at the edge within a scalable compute platform designed to enable low latency edge AI ...Full Article

Microsoft AI ‘Distills’ Knowledge with New NLP Approach

A technique known as “ensemble learning” has been used to improve the performance of natural language processing models. However, the approach typically consists of hundreds of different deep neural ...Full Article

AI Projects Stalled by Messy Data

Tens of billions will be spent this year on AI development, but those efforts continue to be stymied by ratty data that has undermined model training efforts and burned ...Full Article

Machine Learning and Supercomputing Ferret out Phishing

The relentless ingenuity driving cyber hacking is a global engine that knows no rest. Anyone with a laptop, some programming skills and a mother’s basement can buy or rent ...Full Article

Kubernetes Seen Driving Bare-Metal Comeback

Hardware vendors are betting the transition to 5G wireless networks supporting myriad connected consumer and industrial devices also will accelerate the shift to heavy-duty bare-metal servers as a way ...Full Article

Microsoft Transfers Vector Search To GitHub

Since acquiring GitHub in June 2018, Microsoft has sought to make good on its pledge to retain the project collaboration platform’s “developer-first ethos.” This week it turned over to GitHub ...Full Article

Net Appliances Emerge to Handle Data Deluge

Network infrastructure has had a hard time keeping up with the data explosion and surging demand for real-time capabilities as everything but the kitchen sink is networked. Incremental progress ...Full Article

Beware Nuclear Winter: Another on the Way?

 Hot as AI is right now, there are growing concerns that technology vendors may cause AI climate change – a new AI winter brought on by hype and unmet ...Full Article
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