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Apple Hardware

Linus Says “Don’t build a Hackintosh” Why?

I had considered building a Hackintosh, but decided to pick up a used iMac to render Apple Motion videos. I’m glad I went this route and Linus Tech Tips explains why.

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AI Interesting Science

How to Wire a Computer Like a Human Brain

The goal of neuromorphic computing is simple: mimic the neural structure of the brain. Seeker checks out the current generation of computer chips that’s getting closer to reaching this non-trivial engineering task.

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Quantum Computing

The Future of Quantum Computing Could Live on a Cryogenic Chip

Commercially viable quantum computing could be here sooner than you think, thanks to a new innovation that shrinks quantum tech down onto a chip: a cryochip. Seeker explains: It seems like quantum computers will likely be a big part of our computing future—but getting them to do anything super useful has been famously difficult. Lots […]

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Yes, You Can Do AI Without Sacrificing Privacy
AI Ethics Privacy

AI Without Sacrificing Privacy

Generally speaking, the more data you have, the better your machine learning model is going to be. However, stockpiling vast amounts of data also carries a certain privacy, security, and regulatory risks. With new privacy-preserving techniques, however, data scientists can move forward with their AI projects without putting privacy at risk. To get the low […]

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Why and how to run machine learning algorithms on edge devices
AI IoT

Why and How to run Machine Learning Algorithms on Edge Devices

The need for on-device data analysis arises in cases where decisions based on data processing have to be made immediately. For example, there may not be sufficient time for data to be transferred to back-end servers, or there is no connectivity at all. Here’s a look at a few scenarios where this sort of localized […]

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AI

Jim Keller on Moore’s Law, Microprocessors, Abstractions, and First Principles

Lex Fridman interviews Jim Keller as part of his AI Podcast series. Jim Keller is a legendary microprocessor engineer, having worked at AMD, Apple, Tesla, and now Intel. He’s known for his work on the AMD K7, K8, K12 and Zen microarchitectures, Apple A4, A5 processors, and co-author of the specifications for the x86-64 instruction […]

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Hardware

A Look at Big Old Expensive Servers

Recently, I heard a term for companies (specifically IT leaders) who actively resist the move to the cloud – “Server Huggers.” But, what exactly are they are clinging on to?  This Does Not Compute shows you.

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Hardware

Intel vs AMD at CES 2020

Engadget takes a look at the AMD/Intel rivalry at CES this year. Is it me or is hardware suddenly getting interesting again?

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