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Monthly Archives: June 2018

  • IBM Project Debater AI Throws Down With Human Champ And Wins

    IBM took its most recent AI system, dubbed Project Debater, and entered it into a competition against human debating champions. The event was held at the IBM Watson West site in San Francisco, California. Project Debater started by preparing arguments for and against the following statement: “We should subsidize space...
  • AMD 2nd Gen Threadripper 2990X 32-Core Benchmarks Leak, Ready To Skewer Core i9

    Yesterday, AMD was trolling Intel by offering contest winners of its Core i7-8086K Limited Edition a chance to trade it in for a 16-core/32-thread Ryzen Threadripper 1950X. Today, we're getting an [alleged] early look at the second-generation Ryzen Threadripper -- specifically, the range-topping 2990X SKU. This processor, which is part of the 12nm Pinnacle Ridge family...
  • Facebook ordered to explain deleted profile

    Facebook has been ordered by a UK high court judge to reveal who told it to delete the profile of a jazz musician and his band, six months after he died. The Times reports that the firm said it had acted on a request but had declined to reveal to...
  • Ailing Tesla Losing Its Charge As Musk Makes Claims Of Sabotage

    Tesla is going through a critical phase in its existence at the moment. You can count that quarters that the company has reported a profit in its decade of existence on one hand; it has come under attack for Autopilot crashes (including some that resulted in death); and recently, a spontaneously...
  • Google Medical Brain AI Can Predict When Patients Will Die With Alarming Accuracy

    Lest there be any doubt to Google's mindset as a company, Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently said that artificial intelligence is more important than electricity or fire.Google also recently rebranded its Google Research division 'Google AI' to better reflect its commitment to one of the biggest fields in technology at...
  • Microsoft’s Xbox Live Avatars Arrive As Your Customizable Digital Doppelgänger

    As with any sector of humanity, gamers are a unique and diverse bunch with different ethnic backgrounds, styles and sense of fashion, shapes, sizes, and so forth. For nearly a decade, Xbox gamers could choose an avatar to represent themselves in the virtual world, albeit with limited selections. That's about...
  • AMD 7nm Radeon Pro Vega 32GB Workstation Graphics Card Benchmarks Leak

    There are some interesting things happening in the professional graphics hardware market. Just a few days ago, there was a slide making the rounds that depicted a Radeon Pro V340 graphics card with 32GB of HBM2 memory, and it was speculated that it has a pair of 14-nanometer Vega 10...
  • Sony’s Fortnite Cross-Play Ban Is A Dumb Money Grab Says Former Sony Online Exec

    The heat is being dialed up on Sony over its wildly unpopular stance on Fortnite cross-play. As you know, Fortnite is cross-platform capable, and is available to play on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, macOS and iOS. PlayStation 4 gamers are able to play against those on the...
  • Best Buy's Smoking Pixel 2 XL Deal Offers $400 Savings

    Android fans in the market for a new phone may want to check out the deal that Best Buy has going right now on the Pixel 2 XL. The electronics retail giant is offering the Pixel 2 XL 64GB smartphone in black or black/white for $18.74 per month via Verizon...
  • NHS trust dumps creaking EMC SAN for Nutanix hyper-converged

    Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Trust has expanded its hyper-converged deployment to around 400 virtual machines (VMs) on 24 Nutanix nodes. The move saw Nutanix replace traditional server and storage architecture, including an EMC SAN, with huge reductions in server room space and cooling as well as snag-free patching of the...

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