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Intel and Philips Accelerate Deep Learning Inference on CPUs in Key Medical Imaging Uses
What's New: Using Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors and the OpenVINOâ„¢ toolkit, Intel and Philips* tested two healthcare use cases for deep learning inference models: one on X-rays of bones for bone-age-prediction modeling, the other on CT scans of lungs for lung segmentation. In these tests, Intel (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Intel and Philips Accelerate Deep Learning Inference on CPUs in Key Medical Imaging Uses
What's New: Using Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors and the OpenVINOâ„¢ toolkit, Intel and Philips* tested two healthcare use cases for deep learning inference models: one on X-rays of bones for bone-age-prediction modeling, the other on CT scans of lungs for lung segmentation. In these tests, Intel (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Why use an FPGA instead of a CPU or GPU?
Recently, Intel bought Altera, one of the largest producers of FPGAs. Intel paid a whopping $16.7 billion, making it their largest acquisition ever. In other news, Microsoft is using FPGAs in its data centers, and Amazon is offering them on their cloud services. Previously, these FPGAs were (...)
[OSNews]

Hacker finds hidden 'god mode' on old x86 CPUs
Some x86 CPUs have hidden backdoors that let you seize root by sending a command to an undocumented RISC core that manages the main CPU, security researcher Christopher Domas told the Black Hat conference here Thursday (Aug. 9). The command - ".byte 0x0f, 0x3f" in Linux - "isn't supposed to (...)
[OSNews]

Windows NT and VMS: the rest of the story
VMS doesn't have different OS personalities, as NT does, but its kernel and Executive subsystems are clear predecessors to NT's. Digital developers wrote the VMS kernel almost entirely in VAX assembly language. To be portable across different CPU architectures, Microsoft developers wrote NT's (...)
[OSNews]

Marzipan as a path to ARM-based Macs
Apple has dropped legacy frameworks very easily in the past though. But how exactly did that happen? CPU changes. Once when MacOS went from PPC to Intel, and then once when MacOS went from 32 bit to 64 bit. Each time that transition happened Apple was able to say "OK, this legacy stuff just (...)
[OSNews]

Microsoft ports Windows 10, Linux to homegrown CPU design
Microsoft has ported Windows 10 and Linux to E2, its homegrown processor architecture it has spent years working on mostly in secret. As well as the two operating systems, the US giant's researchers say they have also ported Busybox and FreeRTOS, plus a collection of toolkits for developing and (...)
[OSNews]

x86 assembly doesn't have to be scary
Assembly programming can be intimidating for people who have never looked into it any deeper than a glance, but giving that it underpins how the computers we use work it can be helpful having context in regards to what is actually being run by the CPU. You can run the code samples live on the (...)
[OSNews]

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