Inside Advanced Scale Challenges|Wednesday, December 12, 2018
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AI Partnerships for Driverless Cars Gear Up

AI investments and deployment for driverless vehicles are speeding up, with another auto manufacturer partnering with a computer vision startup and an autonomous vehicle specialist deploying Nvidia’s Xavier platform. ...Full Article

Kubernetes Packager Secures Cloud-Native Apps

An open source version of the Kubernetes cluster orchestrator is intended to package and deploy cloud-native applications to restricted, on-premise infrastructure such as government clouds. Gravitational, which was founded ...Full Article

NCSA Industry Conference Recap – Part 2

Industry Program Director Brendan McGinty welcomed guests to the annual National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) Industry Conference, Oct. 9-11 in Urbana, Illinois. One hundred eighty from 40 organizations ...Full Article

Inside a Colo Data Center that Keeps London’s Capital Markets Humming

London is the Olduvai Gorge of western capitalism. Under its central urban landscape are layers of mercantile history, artifacts of trade left by the Celts, Britons, Romans, Vikings, Danes, ...Full Article

NSF Funds Cybersecurity, Trusted AI Research

The National Science Foundation will fund a broad range of cybersecurity, data privacy and network security research projects that includes a new Center for Trustworthy Machine Learning. NSF’s Secure ...Full Article

Driverless Cars Generate Massive Amounts of Data. Are We Ready?

When future drivers tell their kids to “get in the car” they’ll be instructing them to climb into a mobile computer – that’s consuming very large, and growing, quantities ...Full Article

Oracle Offers Cloud GPU Simulation Service

Oracle and high-end simulation specialist Altair are expanding their partnership to offer computational fluid dynamics (CFD) services on the Oracle cloud. The HPC simulations would tap into GPU cloud ...Full Article

DARPA Looks to Bring ‘Common Sense’ to AI

The Pentagon’s top research agency is focusing its considerable AI efforts on the interim stage of machine intelligence between “narrow” and “general” AI. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ...Full Article

‘AI Camera’ Combines Machine Vision, Deep Learning

Is it any wonder there are cameras everywhere imaging nearly everything? One reason is chip scaling, with key components from semiconductor makers allowing equipment manufacturers to fabricate quarter-size cameras ...Full Article

Manufacturing Effort Focuses on Human-Machine Interface

The rush to automate manufacturing has revealed some unintended consequences as market pressures and assembly line realities underscore the fact that, sometimes, machines simply cannot replace humans when making ...Full Article
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