Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Friday, April 10, 2020
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Open Source Push Highlights Security Flaws

As enterprise adoption of open source software soars, so too do the number of vulnerabilities inevitably exposed as deployments scale and security awareness grows in response to high-profile data ...Full Article

4 Strategies for Implementing NIST’s Biometric Guidelines

We often hear that technology is changing rapidly. We’ve heard this phrase for years – but in 2018, it really is. Today, almost everyone has a handheld tablet or ...Full Article

Quantum Computers Threaten Data Encryption

The promise of quantum computing comes with a major downside: "Cryptographically useful" quantum machines will threaten public key encryption used to secure data in the cloud, a new report ...Full Article

U.S. Seeks to Automate Video Analysis

U.S. military and intelligence agencies continue to look for new ways to use artificial intelligence to sift through huge amounts of video imagery in hopes of freeing analysts to ...Full Article

U.S. Expands Cyber Training Effort

In order to secure enterprise networks and their far-flung components, everyone needs to be on the same page. That's at least part of the thinking behind a renewed U.S. ...Full Article

U.S.: Cybersecurity Must Go Beyond Passwords

If indeed we are operating in a "digital economy," standard security measures such as passwords are no longer sufficient to shield the underlying IT infrastructure from sophisticated hackers, asserts ...Full Article

U.S. Needs IoT Strategy, Study Urges

The U.S. requires a national strategy to coordinate private sector efforts to deploy the Internet of Things (IoT) that includes data security and interoperability standards, according to a report ...Full Article

NIST Looks to Secure the IoT

Among the most vulnerable points in networks ranging from home offices to the proposed Internet of Everything are radio frequency, or RF, links that will be used to tie ...Full Article

NIST Puts $7.4 Million Toward Additive Manufacturing Research

<img style="float: left;" src="http://media2.hpcwire.com/dmr/free-bags-of-money.jpg" alt="" width="69" height="95" border="0" />As new technologies emerge every day, one in particular appears to be taking off at a much faster rate than the ...Full Article

Wu Feng Analyzes Green500 Data to Find a Path to Exascale Computing

Feng, co-founder of the Green500, has collected and analyzed the data from seven years of Green500 winners. Computers are getting bigger, faster, and more efficient every year. But is ...Full Article
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