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| May 24, 2016
Ace Computers and its affiliate Ace Technology Partners just introduced Big Data HPC clusters designed for the unique demands of public sector applications. For federal, state, and local governments and military organizations such as the Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marines, the ability to organize and analyze disparate data quickly and accurately can be key to staying on top of logistical, tactical, and security challenges and staying within budget…...
| June 03, 2016
Big data as a concept has in fact been around longer than computer technology, which would surprise a number of people. Back in 1944 Wesleyan University Librarian Fremont Rider wrote a paper which estimated American university libraries were doubling in size every sixteen years meaning the Yale Library in 2040 would occupy over 6,000 miles of shelves. This is not big data as most people would know it, but the vast and violent increase in the quantity and variety of information in the Yale librar...
The Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology | August 04, 2020
Skoltech scientists have shown that quantum-enhanced machine learning can be used on quantum (as opposed to classical) data, overcoming a significant slowdown common to these applications and opening a “fertile ground to develop computational insights into quantum systems”. The paper was published in the journal Physical Review A. Quantum computers utilize quantum mechanical effects to store and manipulate information. While quantum effects are often claimed to be counterintuitive, s...
techhq.com | January 13, 2020
Transporting one million commuters each day, 92 percent of Dutch Railways Nederlandse Spoorwegen’s (NS) trains arrive on time, making it the third-most punctual rail service in the world, behind Switzerland and Japan. While certain delays are unavoidable results of severe weather or obstructions on the line, for exampleNS owes its industry-leading scheduling to big data analytics, thanks to thousands of sensors on its locomotives. As reported in TNW, NS has been leveraging the power of pre...
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