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Software Development in the Cloud: Changing Opinions and a Bright Future Ahead

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Cloud has been a boon for software developers, who were previously beholden to enterprise infrastructures to get their applications up and running. In almost every way, the cloud has begun to offer the benefits promised during those moments when it was first teased, making many IT executives anxious to fully tap it’s potential as a business technology investment.
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Supermicro Shapes the Future with MicroCloud(TM) and Multi-GPU SuperServers at Computex Taipei 2011

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Supermicro Shapes the Future with MicroCloud(TM) and Multi-GPU SuperServers at Computex Taipei 2011
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Supermicro Shapes the Future with MicroCloud™ and Multi-GPU SuperServers at Computex Taipei 2011

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Supermicro Shapes the Future with MicroCloud™ and Multi-GPU SuperServers at Computex Taipei 2011
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Intel’s Parallel JS lights road to many-core future

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by Rick Merritt
Intel Corp. released open source code for Parallel JS, a data-parallel version of Javascript in an effort to help mainstream programmers harness multicore processors.
The tool marks one small step on a long journey to the many-core future, said Intel chief technology officer Justin Rattner in an interview with EE Times. In a [...]
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Future Lab: Intel Science Talent Search 2011

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Where do the inventors and researchers of the future come from? They are in high school right now! This year’s Intel Science Talent Search brought together kids from across the country who are doing research that will knock your socks off! We spoke with 3 finalists who are investigating such topics as formation of protein shapes in the human body, long-term impact of environmental cleanup using Organoclay, and alternative methods for approximating the square root of integers.

It is inspiring to see the enthusiasm and amazing work that these kids are bringing to their various fields of study.

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Consortium Seeks to “Advance” Multicore Future

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ADVANCE Project explores new programming paradigms for multicore hardware.
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Future Lab: SENS

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How can computer vision and machine learning help make your day to day life more enjoyable and provide valuable information that can improve decision making abilities? Socially Enabled Services (SENS) is a research project in this area that looks as how mobile devices can anticipate user needs. Find out more in this week’s Future Lab show.

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Future Lab: Cloud Computing

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Open Cirrus is an open cloud-computing research testbed designed to support research into the design, provisioning, and management of services at a global, multi-datacenter scale. An Internet service such as Facebook is one example of cloud computing which presents certain data management challenges. Large sets of data that enterprises seek to move to the cloud present significant challenges. However the benefits, which include cost-savings, scalability and automation promise to be substantial.

Check out the latest installment of Future Lab Radio to find out what Intel, Yahoo, HP and university researchers are working on in “the cloud”.

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Future Lab: Mapping the Network in the Brain

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Brain trauma affects more than 2 million people in the U.S. each year because of accidents and participation in sports. But little is understood about the connections within the brain that can be broken but not detected. Using MRI scans, computer scientists are helping brain researchers to map the network of tracts-containing hundreds of thousands of axons-in the human brain. This research is very exploratory but promises to yield new discoveries about the brain. Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and Intel are exploring ways that computer vision could help surgeons diagnose and operate on brain injuries with precision and accuracy.

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Future Lab: Measuring Vineyard Yields

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There are numerous practical applications for computer vision but typically the cost of gathering the data has been time consuming and expensive. Researchers at Intel Labs and Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh are looking at low cost, reliable ways that computers can help farmers manage and track their crop yield. Deploying low cost sensors in a vineyard and using off the shelf cameras, they are building computer models that can distinguish grapes hidden among leaves and shadows.

Check out the latest Future Lab podcast to find out more about this research project.

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