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How Doug Engelbart pulled off the Mother of all Demos
Doug Engelbart was the first to actually build a computer that might seem familiar to us, today. He came to Silicon Valley after a stint in the Navy as a radar technician during World War II. Engelbart was, in his own estimation, a "naive drifter", but something about the Valley inspired him to (...)
[OSNews]

A visual defragmenter for the Commodore 64
For decades, PC users have been able to relax by watching the computer defragment a disk. Now C64 users can do the same! Introducing "defrag1541", a disk defragmentation tool for C64 and 1541. Once I manage to procure a proper fully kitted-out C64, there's a whole world of 'modern' software (...)
[OSNews]

Finastra's Hour of Code Program Connects More Than 1,000 Kids Across Three Continents to the World of Coding
Since the end of September, Finastra has hosted more than 1,000 children at its offices around the world for programming that introduces young people to coding and computer science education. The initiative is part of Finastra's long-term commitment to delivering computer science skills to (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Eyesight and Exsun Partner to Bring Life-saving AI Vision to China's Trucking Industry
Eyesight a leading provider of edge-based computer vision AI solutions for the automotive industry, has teamed up with top Chinese GPS and telematics firm Exsun to make trucking safer, helping commercial trucks comply with new Chinese regulations which came into place in order to reduce (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

Eyesight and Exsun Partner to Bring Life-saving AI Vision to China's Trucking Industry
Eyesight a leading provider of edge-based computer vision AI solutions for the automotive industry, has teamed up with top Chinese GPS and telematics firm Exsun to make trucking safer, helping commercial trucks comply with new Chinese regulations which came into place in order to reduce (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Smarter AI: machine learning without negative data
Classifying things is critical for our daily lives. For example, we have to detect spam mail, fake political news, as well as more mundane things such as objects or faces. When using AI, such tasks are based on “classification technology” in machine learning—having the computer learn using the (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Fortran is still a thing
In 2017 NASA announced a code optimization competition only to cancel it shortly after. The rules were simple. There is a Navier-Stokes equations solver used to model aerodynamics, and basically, the one who makes it run the fastest on the Pleiades supercomputer wins the first prize. There were (...)
[OSNews]

Apple brings coding education to more students for Computer Science Education Week
Apple today unveiled new resources designed to bring coding education through the Everyone Can Code program to even more students around the world. Starting today, customers can register for thousands of free Hour of Code sessions, available at all Apple Store locations around the world from (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Kent Police stop using crime predicting software
The computer programme was used by the officers in Kent to identify areas for increased patrols.
[BBC]

Kent Police stop using crime predicting software
The computer programme was used by the officers in Kent to identify areas for increased patrols.
[BBC News]

Atos supports Indian government in its National Supercomputing Mission
Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, announces a major 3-year contract with the C-DAC (Centre for Development of Advanced Computing), an organization within the MeitY (Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, India) to supply its BullSequana supercomputers. This (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

Atos supports Indian government in its National Supercomputing Mission
Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, announces a major 3-year contract with the C-DAC (Centre for Development of Advanced Computing), an organization within the MeitY (Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, India) to supply its BullSequana supercomputers. This (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

Video games in East Germany: the Stasi played along
In East Germany, a gamer scene emerged just before the fall of communism. Teenagers met at a computer club to swap and play C64 games. The state watched with interest. Fascinating - and chilling, of course - story.
[OSNews]

Oracle Certified to Secure Government Communications
Oracle has received Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS)-140-2 validation for five of its Enterprise Session Border Controllers (E-SBC). FIPS-140-2 is a standard for cryptographic modules protecting sensitive information in computer and telecommunication systems for U.S. government (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Oracle Certified to Secure Government Communications
Oracle has received Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS)-140-2 validation for five of its Enterprise Session Border Controllers (E-SBC). FIPS-140-2 is a standard for cryptographic modules protecting sensitive information in computer and telecommunication systems for U.S. government (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

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