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Google’s next-generation AI training system is monstrously fast

The TPU V2 could be a huge boon to Google’s cloud computing platform<p>Google today is unveiling its second-generation Tensor Processor Unit, a cloud computing hardware and software system that underpins some of the company’s most ambitious and far-reaching technologies. CEO Sundar Pichai announced …

Intel, IBM and Microsoft Get Candid About Industry 4.0

Piles of dust floated across the blackened walls of the bustling foundry. The constant hissing of gargantuan machines was only occasionally disturbed by the faint echoing of children’s voices. Women were seen spinning yarns of cotton as men in shabby clothes smoked pipes as they oversaw the work. …

Unicorns Of Testing

You may hear the term <i>Technical Tester</i> thrown around more and more these days. You may even hear how there is shortage of candidates for those types …

Software Development

Reinventing Testers and Testing to prepare for the Future

When I want to speak about the future of testers and testing, I first have to think about the situation we have now, and why I want to change …

Software Development

Flaky Tests at Google and How We Mitigate Them

<i>by John Micco</i><br>At Google, we run a very large corpus of tests continuously to validate our code submissions. Everyone from developers to project …

How to come up with test ideas

<b>Intro</b><p>This post is an attempt to gather the various tools, tips and sources I've found useful to improve my ability to generate test ideas.<p>Notice that …

How to Cast Your Windows or Android Display to a Windows 10 PC

Windows 10’s Anniversary Update brings an interesting new feature: Any PC can now function as a wireless receiver for Miracast, allowing you to view …

Frinkiac lets you search 3 million Simpsons screengrabs in one amusing, unnecessary database.

Professor Frink on <i>The Simpsons</i> is a mad professor who habitually comes up with amusing inventions of questionable utility. So it makes perfect sense …

Inventions

The Ultimate Guide to Walking Meditation [Infographic]

<i>Walking meditation is a form of meditation where you put your entire awareness on walking. In this article, we’ll explore the roots of walking</i> …

Meditation

Chrome's latest tool checks your website's security

You may never notice Chrome's green lock showing that an HTTPS site is 100 percent secure, but developers pay rapt attention to it. That's because Google prioritizes search results for sites with the strongest security, so a problematic site could find itself on the dreaded second page. The symbol …

PSA: Do Not Use the New Prime Number for RSA Encryption

You may have heard that there’s a new largest prime number in town. The number, 274,207,281-1, or M74207281, has 22,338,618 decimal digits, although …

Mathematics

Fixing Broken Monitors By Shining A Flashlight

[dyril] over on the EEVblog has a broken LED TV. It’s a fairly standard Samsung TV from 2012 that unfortunately had a little bit of corrosion on the …

Demonstration

How I Stumbled Upon The Internet’s Biggest Blind Spot

Let’s make software even better.<p>I left my job in venture capital last May. When I said goodbye, I explained that I initially joined Collaborative …

Red Hat

Cluster of Raspberry Pi Zeroes

No ethernet required – each pi zero is both powered and networked by a single usb lead !<p>The magic happens in the “gadget mode” firmware of the PI …

SORTING - Visualizing sorting algorithms

ABOUT SORTING<p>Sorting a sequence of items is one of the pillar of Computer Science.<br>A sorting algorithm is an algorithm that organizes elements of a …

Algorithms

Inside North Korea's Totalitarian Operating System

From locking down the system, to monitoring its users, RedStar OS is just as totalitarian as the country it supports.<p>The goal of a totalitarian regime is to control everything in a country: information, resources, and power. In the 21st century, that even includes omnipotence over the code that the …

Google's robot Christmas card is seriously disturbing

Boston Dynamics, a robotics company that's a part of Google X, itself a subsidiary of Alphabet, today posted a Christmas video that's best described as "unnerving."<p>In the video, Boston Dynamics' famous robot dogs, done up like Santa's reindeer, take someone who appears to be Mrs. Claus on a sleigh …

Study

130+ Java Interview Questions Answers for 2 to 7 Year Experienced Programmers

<b>Last Updated Date: 2nd March 2018</b><br>Time is changing and so is Java interviews. Gone are the days, when knowing the difference between String and …

Data Structures and Algorithms in Java

Very useful in interview process for Java Software Development Engineer (SDE).<p>Big O Notation<p>Big-O Complexity Chart<p>Constant — statement (one line of …

Gadgets – Page 24 – TechCrunch

Jan 05, 2018 Devin Coldewey<p>Putting solar panels into our roads isn't the craziest idea, but we may as well admit that it poses some unique challenges. For instance, people may want to walk away with pieces of it. That's what ha<p>Jan 04, 2018 Matt Burns Brian Heater<p>GoPro is in the process of laying …

Home Appliances

Learn the machine!

<i>This post doesn't assume or require any knowledge of machine learning algorithms. It might be helpful to people who not always have time to implement</i> …

Machine Learning

16 lessons on scaling from Eric Schmidt, Reid Hoffman, Marissa Mayer, Brian Chesky, Diane Greene, Jeff Weiner, and more.

From September 2015 to December 2015, I took Stanford University’s CS183C course — Technology-enabled Blitzscaling — taught by Reid Hoffman, John …

Product Management

Interview: Rare Photos Documenting Life in Silicon Valley during the Digital Revolution

From 1985 to 2000, photographer Doug Menuez had unparalleled access to the private daily lives of Steve Jobs and other brilliant innovators during the rise and fall of Silicon Valley's golden age. Newly returned to San Francisco after covering the horrific famine and conflict in Ethiopia, Menuez …

Behold...The Salad Dressing Algorithm

There are a million ways to dress a salad but really only two basic types of dressing: creamy and vinaigrette. Pick one, then customize it for your …

Most Popular DIY Projects Of 2015

We're always looking for the best DIY tips at Lifehacker, and this year there was certainly no shortage of them. Here are some of the best DIY tips …

Raspberry Pi

Choosing an HTTP Status Code — Stop Making It Hard

What could be simpler than returning HTTP status codes? Did the page render? Great, return 200. Does the page not exist? That’s a 404. Do I want to …

How to port forward for a faster internet

Routers are becoming easier to set up, yet they come with an increasing number of features that the product manual barely mentions.<p>What's more, if …

Wi-Fi