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Windows 11: Microsoft just put a search box in the middle of the desktop in new preview build
It looks like we've hidden all your files. Would you like help with that?
Industry News ZDNet 20 May 2022 2,163
New Bluetooth attack can remotely unlock Tesla vehicles and smart locks
Beware of hackers running at you with batons?
Industry News Techcrunch 20 May 2022 1,713
Industry News Financial Post 20 May 2022 2,496
Industry News The Verge 20 May 2022 1,260
Developers think these five technologies will be the next big thing
"But to me it seems quite clear that's it's all just a little bit of history repeating."
Developer News ZDNet 20 May 2022 6,242
Developer News Fast Company 20 May 2022 2,367
Unity and .NET, what’s next?
"Come together, right now, over me"
Developer News Unity blog 20 May 2022 2,557
Hot Threads CodeProject 20 May 2022 1,667
Towards a Learning-based Query Optimizer
Query optimization is at the core of any data management/analytics system.
Tips and Tools databloom 20 May 2022 41
Accelerating the pace of machine learning
Researchers are now seeking to bring efficiency to distributed learning techniques emerging as crucial to modern artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).
Tips and Tools Science Daily 20 May 2022 38
What is hyperparameter tuning?
Hyperparameter tuning is an essential part of controlling the behavior of a machine learning model.
Tips and Tools ContentLab 20 May 2022 123
Why I no longer recommend Julia
For many years I used the Julia programming language for transforming, cleaning, analyzing, and visualizing data, doing statistics, and performing simulations.
Tips and Tools Yuri Vishnevsky 20 May 2022 416
What’s new with ML.NET Automated ML (AutoML) and tooling
ML.NET is an open-source, cross-platform machine learning framework for .NET developers that enables integration of custom machine learning into .NET apps.
Tips and Tools .NET blog 20 May 2022 149
Machine Learning Framework PyTorch Enabling GPU-Accelerated Training on Apple Silicon Macs
In collaboration with the Metal engineering team at Apple, PyTorch today announced that its open source machine learning framework will soon support GPU-accelerated model training on Apple silicon Macs powered by M1, M1 Pro, M1 Max, or M1 Ultra chips.
Tips and Tools Mac Rumors 20 May 2022 28
FLUTE: A scalable federated learning simulation platform
Federated learning has become a major area of machine learning (ML) research in recent years due to its versatility in training complex models over massive amounts of data without the need to share that data with a centralized entity.
Tips and Tools Microsoft Research 20 May 2022 47
NASA is investigating this 'mystery' data coming from Voyager 1
"Dave, my mind is going. I can feel it."
Science And Technology ZDNet 20 May 2022 3,663
Can AI write an episode of Stargate? Google AI took on the challenge
Then they came for the screenwriters and I did nothing as I was waiting for the next season of Stargate
Science And Technology Venture Beat 20 May 2022 1,407
Microsoft says Windows 11 is now ready for broad deployment
Good news if you're a broad. Or travelling abroad, I guess.
Industry News Neowin 19 May 2022 3,279
Microsoft warns of brute-force attacks targeting MSSQL servers
SELECT vulnerable_servers FROM internet WHERE dba <> 'defensive'
Industry News Bleeping Computer 19 May 2022 2,446
FBI and NSA say: Stop doing these 10 things that let the hackers in
Item 11: Stop baking cookies and inviting them over for tea
Industry News ZDNet 19 May 2022 5,128
CEOs and other top executives use the same terrible passwords as other people
CxOs: they're just like us (with bigger paycheques)
Industry News Tech Spot 19 May 2022 1,017
Developer News Neowin 19 May 2022 2,854
The sad state of Linux desktop diversity: 21 environments, just 2 designs
If it looks like Windows, acts like Windows, and CLIs like Linux
Developer News The Register 19 May 2022 2,803
The 10,000 hour rule won’t make you a coding expert, but it’s a good start
I've spent 10,000 hours in meetings, so I'm an expert at napping with my eyes open
Developer News The Next Web 19 May 2022 1,705

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