IT - Technology
12 Jul 2017
#64866
Data Center Storage Architecture moves Toward Software-Defined Memory
Search Data Center, July 12th 2017

"New IT developments converge storage and memory into a hybrid approach. Consequently, the idea of software-defined memory starts to become more of a reality...

Software-defined storage is only starting to gel, but the pace of systems evolution is such that the next innovations are already coming into focus..."
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    13 Jul 2017
    #64886
    R&D From Researchers at Stanford University and MIT: 3D Chip Combines Computing and Storage
    StorageNewsletter.com, July 13th 2017

    "As embedded intelligence is finding its way into ever more areas of our lives, fields ranging from autonomous driving to personalized medicine are generating huge amounts of data. But just as the flood of data is reaching massive proportions, the ability of computer chips to process it into useful information is stalling..."
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      12 Jul 2017
      #64889
      The Future of Payments: Sensor Fingerprinting, Facial Recognition, Retinal Scanning and Voice Control
      HelpNet Security, July 12th 2017

      "Viewpost surveyed a cross-section of 1,000 U.S.-based consumers, finding that overall, 80 percent of Americans are in support of payments technologies and currencies, including tools like sensor fingerprinting, facial recognition, retinal scanning and voice control, as well as currencies like bitcoin..."
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      12 Jul 2017
      #64894
      Video-editing AI makes fake Obama videos that look real
      siliconAngle, July 12th 2017

      "In a post-Photoshop world, most of us know that pictures can't always be trusted. Now, thanks to artificial intelligence, it looks like video might lie to us too.

      Researchers at the University of Washington have developed an AI that can alter video footage of a person speaking to make their lips match up with different audio, literally putting words into their mouth..."
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        12 Jul 2017
        #64903
        Why You Might Trust a Quantum Computer with Secrets, Even Over the Internet
        Science Daily, July 12th 2017

        "Researchers have proposed a way you could use a quantum computer securely, even over the internet, explains a new report...

        It may be possible to control a quantum computer over the internet without revealing what you are calculating, thanks to the many possible ways that information can flow through a computation. That's the conclusion of researchers in Singapore and Australia who studied the measurement-based model of quantum computing, reported 11 July in the journal Physical Review X..."
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        10 Jul 2017
        #64905
        World's First Demonstration of Space Quantum Communication Using a Microsatellite
        Science Daily, July 10th 2017

        "NICT developed the world's smallest and lightest quantum communication transmitter (SOTA) onboard the microsatellite SOCRATES. We succeeded in the demonstration of the first quantum communication experiment from space, receiving information from the satellite in a single-photon regime in an optical ground station in Koganei city..."
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