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The enormous amount of on-board memory in the Cerebras WSE chip plays an important role in the image manipulation, said Jessica Liu, principal product manager at Cerebras, who has been working with Argonne on the project. The WSE has 18 gigabytes of on-chip memory, whereas GPUs typically carry only megabytes' worth. The small memory of each GPU means data must go back and forth to off-chip memory, which raises the problem of partitioning and distributing workloads. … [Read more...] about ‘We are doing in a few months what would normally take a drug development process years to do’: DoE’s Argonne Labs battles COVID-19 with AI
Hod offered that robotics is a pathway of that kind, the ability for machines to learn by navigating the world. LeCun concurred, referencing the work of Sergey Levine, a U.C. Berkeley professor whose lab does a lot of work on what might be called self-supervised, or semi-supervised learning in robotics systems. The same kind of work is going on at Facebook, LeCun noted. "One of the most interesting areas today is learning models of the world," he offered. "It would be a step toward the kind of learning humans do, which is different from supervised learning or reinforcement learning," he added. … [Read more...] about Artificial general intelligence is a Rorschach Test: Perhaps we need orangutans?
Your app does not need to be packaged to use Project Reunion functionality. ... If you have your own installer, we'll have instructions to carry the Project Reunion components with your app and how to install them using some common installers. ... Some parts of Project Reunion work better if your app is a UWP app, or Desktop Bridge, or has identity. … [Read more...] about Project Reunion: Microsoft’s unified app strategy is still missing one piece
Furthermore, patients need to be breathing with the same resistance to the ventilator's oxygen flow. "You wouldn't want to put a patient with severe bronchospasm with a patient who did not have bronchospasm," a condition in which the muscles tighten in the lungs, which can make breathing difficult, Babcock said. That's because people breathing with different resistances "might change the amount of volumes, and it wouldn't make sure that there were equal volumes delivered to everybody," she said. … [Read more...] about Sharing a single ventilator between 4 patients is possible. But it could be disastrous.