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12 top tips to running a faster computer this Christmas

Hardware Associates brings the 12 top tips to running a faster computer this Christmas Tis the season to be jolly, but to make sure that you can have an easier start to 2018 why not use your holiday break wisely and give your laptop or desktop a well deserved reboot....
digital age

How you can improve services through design and modern software?

Andrew Sandford, Director of We are Lean and Agile, explains how modern software can help you understand and improve your services in the digital age.
High-resolution face completion

High-resolution face completion with multiple controllable attributes

New technology is helping computer systems learn to accurately fill in the gaps in high-resolution facial images – and offer users multiple options for customisation.
computing in medical imaging

Cloud computing in medical imaging: Not a matter of if, but when

Nadim Michel Daher, industry principal at Frost & Sullivan reveals his views on the vital role of Cloud computing in medical imaging.
customer data

Microsoft harness blockchain technology to protect customer data

Microsoft has announced plans to use blockchain technology to create a decentralised identity system making it easier for consumers to self-control their customer data.

Safer Internet Day 2018- how to keep your children safe online

BullGuard cybersecurity discusses how we can connect with our children to make their online world safer Safer Internet Day aims to encourage safe and positive use of digital technology among children and young people and start conversations about just how important it is. Today’s generation lives in the digital world from...
fundamental computing

Advancing the frontiers of computing

Erwin Gianchandani and Michal Ziv-El from the National Science Foundation (NSF) provide a fascinating insight into how fundamental computing research is profoundly transforming our lives From cybersecurity to autonomous vehicles and assistive robotics, investments by the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) CISE directorate have resulted in myriad breakthrough technologies over the...
Cyber

Cybersecurity predictions

VP and Chief Security Officer, EMEA of Palo Alto Networks, Greg Day shares his cybersecurity predictions for the future. Beyond his work there, Greg also sits on the UK National Crime Agency steering committee Cyber adversaries will extend further into ransomware, OT systems and cryptocurrencies. In recent years we have...
next generation supercomputing

Mont-Blanc project: preparing for next-generation supercomputing

Etienne Walter, Mont-Blanc 3 coordinator at Atos shares an expert perspective on how the Mont-Blanc project is preparing for next-generation supercomputing Arm low-power processors dominate the mobile world of smartphones, tablets and embedded IoT devices. With data centres consuming ever more power, the idea of using highly energy-efficient Arm chips...
VR and AR

AR Controllers for 6-Degree-of-Freedom Interaction

Zeyuan Chen and Christopher G. Healey from North Carolina State University reveal their institution’s expertise on virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR) systems Virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR) systems provide more immersive experiences for users to explore and interact with the three-dimensional (3D) world, versus traditional display...
galaxy formation simulations

Supercomputer simulations: Closing in on the story of our cosmic origins

Prof Romeel Davé, Chair of Physics at the University of Edinburgh explores how supercomputer simulations help to reveal how galaxies like our Milky Way arose from the Big Bang Why does the Universe look the way it does? This fundamental question has captivated humankind from the earliest days, spawning creation...
public sector

Rise of the robots in the public sector

Paul Tomlinson, CEO of IEG4, argues that the public sector stands to benefit most from Artificial Intelligence A government report published last month: “Growing the artificial intelligence industry in the UK” highlights that increased use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) can bring major social and economic benefits to the UK, offering...
scientific progress

The outermost frontiers of knowledge

The National Science Foundation is an independent federal agency to further scientific progress, as Open Access Government reveals The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1950 "to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the...
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Mont-Blanc project: preparing for next generation supercomputing through ARM chips

Low-power ARM chips dominate the mobile world of smartphones, tablets, and embedded IoT devices, here, Mont-blanc investigates how they could power supercomputers

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