Day: April 7, 2021

Quantum Computing

Quantum Business Advantage, Today: Ensuring Immediate Value from Quantum Computing

Quantum London  partnered with Sia Partners to offer you two detailed, practical and actionable discussions. In this first session held on 7th April we discussed with Martin Hofmann (ex Group CIO of Volkswagen where is was the Quantum Program Lead, now works with strategic customers at Salesforce), Markus Pflitsch (CEO and co-founder of Terra Quantum, […]

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AI Generative AI

How AI is transforming the creative industries | The Economist

The Economist explores how artificial intelligence is helping humans make new kinds of art. It is more likely to emerge as a collaborator than a competitor for those working in creative industries.

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Uncategorized

New Video Upload : The Common Path to Uncommon Success Book Review

The Common Path to Uncommon Success Book Review

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Security

Hacking Computers from Blocks Away With a Wi-Fi Duck

The USB Rubber Ducky is a famous hacker tool that allows quick exploitation of a target computer, provided you know what script you want to run in advance. SecurityFWD will try out a new tool called the Wi-Fi Duck that allows a hacker to connect and run payloads from up to blocks away. This allows […]

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Quantum Computing

IonQ to Become First Publicly-Traded Quantum Computing Company

In case, you’re looking for more evidence that quantum computing is getting real, then look no further than the stock market. Peter Chapman, chief executive officer and president at IonQ Inc, discusses his company going public via a special purpose acquisition company deal with dMY Technology Group Inc. that gives the combined entity a pro-forma […]

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AI

Extract Information from Your Documents with New Capabilities in Form Recognizer

Documents contain invaluable information powering core business processes. Extracting information from these documents with minimum manual intervention helps bolster organizational efficiency and productivity. As more and more processes and workflows get automated, the need for new features to help extract text and structures increases. The new capabilities in Form Recognizer which were announced at Ignite […]

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Hardware Interesting

Ultra-Dense Data Storage and Extreme Parallelism with Electronic-Molecular Systems

Sustaining growth in storage and computational needs is increasingly challenging thanks to those pesky laws of physics. For over a decade, exponentially more information has been produced year after year while data storage solutions are pressed to keep up. Soon, current solutions will be unable to match new information in need of storage. Computing is […]

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Natural Language Processing

Domain-specific Language Model Pretraining for Biomedical Natural Language Processing

Microsoft Research presents this talk on pretraining large neural language models, such as BERT, has led to impressive gains on many natural language processing (NLP) tasks.  However, most pretraining efforts focus on general-domain corpora, such as in newswire and web text. Biomedical text is very different from general-domain text, yet biomedical NLP has been relatively […]

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