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'Nobel of mathematics' goes to John Nash (of 'Beautiful Mind' fame) and Louis Nirenberg.
Mathematician made famous by Hollywood will share US$765,000 award with Louis Nirenberg for work in the field of geometric analysis.
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"...due to the continued shift from desktop PCs to mobile." <= Um. I thought that the desktop market didn't give that much money, and that most of the revenue came from the server market? Also, could have to do with the fact that the "Windows XP bubble" (people buying new desktops as Windows XP stopped being supported) is mostly over.
Intel reported weak demand for desktop PCs and challenging economic conditions in Europe hurt its Q1 prospects.
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"Rowhammer" attack goes where few exploits have gone before, into silicon itself.
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+Jimmy Tang Was that lost in translation, or did it sound just as bad in Cantonese?
Hong Kong’s chief executive sparks anger among pro-democracy protesters after telling residents to behave like “sheep” in Chinese New Year address
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The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, which tracks rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, spiralled downwards to its lowest level in nearly three decades as rates for all the four vessel types continued to flounder.
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New tests show almost all of the fuel inside one of the Fukushima plant's reactors has melted, its operator said Thursday, the latest step in the clean up after Japan's worst ever nuclear crisis. Tokyo Electric Power Co. said the technology, which uses elementary particles called "muon" to create x-ray style images, gave the most concrete evidence yet the fuel had dropped to the bottom of the first reactor. The data, though largely expected, shou...
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VR World chats with John Gustafson about the challenges of implementing universal numbers into hardware, and the benefits they offer computing.
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IBM CEO &ldquo;Machete Rometty&rdquo; drops the ax on more than 100,000 as Project Chrome moves forward
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"Companies that make products must show that their products work," Amaral said in the Northwestern release. "They must be certified. There is no such case for algorithms. We have a lot of uninformed consumers of big data algorithms that are using tools that haven't been tested for reproducibility and accuracy."
"State of the art" method to categorize and analyze unstructured data delivers different results from identical data one time in five, is wrong one time in 10, new study shows
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