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New multi-threading technique promises to double processing speeds

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Researchers at the University of California Riverside developed a technique called Simultaneous and Heterogeneous Multithreading (SHMT), which builds on contemporary simultaneous multithreading. Simultaneous multithreading splits a CPU core into numerous threads, but SHMT goes further by incorporating the graphics and AI processors.

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Microsoft Intune 2402 New Features February Update

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Hello - Here is the new HTMD Blog Article for you. Enjoy reading it. Subscribe to YouTube Channel [link] and Facebook Page to get the latest updates [link] The post Microsoft Intune 2402 New Features February Update appeared first on HTMD Community Blog #1 Modern Device Management Guides by Jitesh Kumar.

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Windows 11's latest feature will eliminate reboots for OS updates

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Microsoft is testing a method for Windows 11 users to apply security patches without having to reboot, according to Zac Bowden of Windows Central, who first spotted the change amid the minutiae of a Microsoft preview build and then spoke to further sources about the update. "Hot patching" works by.

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New game ‘Pacific Drive’ from Seattle studio Ironwood is the last road trip at the end of the world

GeekWire

(Ironwood Studios Image) Pacific Drive is a survival game where your car’s survival is more important than yours. You’ve ended up stuck in an isolated part of the Olympic Peninsula where reality’s coming apart at the seams, and you won’t get out of it alive without wheels. That requires you to scrounge through what’s left of the local towns for gas, scrap, and spare parts, all while the local fabric of space-time turns itself inside out to stop you.

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Peak Performance: Continuous Testing & Evaluation of LLM-Based Applications

Speaker: Aarushi Kansal, AI Leader & Author and Tony Karrer, Founder & CTO at Aggregage

Software leaders who are building applications based on Large Language Models (LLMs) often find it a challenge to achieve reliability. It’s no surprise given the non-deterministic nature of LLMs. To effectively create reliable LLM-based (often with RAG) applications, extensive testing and evaluation processes are crucial. This often ends up involving meticulous adjustments to prompts.

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AI startup 'Figure AI' scores $675M from Bezos, Nvidia, and others to advance humanoid robots

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Figure AI develops human-like robots powered by artificial intelligence. It raised around $675 million in a recent funding round, with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and Nvidia investing heavily. Bloomberg sources note that the massive capital injection boosted the startup's value to roughly $2 billion pre-money.

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Cloud Security Policy

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The purpose of this Cloud Security Policy, written by Ray Fernandez for TechRepublic Premium, is to provide guidelines for secure and effective cloud computing operations that ensure the integrity and privacy of company-owned digital resources. This policy covers a wide range of topics, including the responsibilities of employees, IT and security staff and managers, data.

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Cloud Security Policy

Tech Republic Cloud

The purpose of this Cloud Security Policy, written by Ray Fernandez for TechRepublic Premium, is to provide guidelines for secure and effective cloud computing operations that ensure the integrity and privacy of company-owned digital resources. This policy covers a wide range of topics, including the responsibilities of employees, IT and security staff and managers, data.

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Helldivers 2 alleviates wait times by boosting server capacity to 700K, but is it really enough?

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The hit sci-fi shooter Helldivers 2, from Arrowhead Game Studios, continues to struggle with server capacity issues. The huge player base has proven to be both a blessing and a curse, with hundreds of thousands of fans wanting to play but facing long wait times due to limited server availability.

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Week in Review: Most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of Feb. 18, 2024

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Get caught up on the latest technology and startup news from the past week. Here are the most popular stories on GeekWire for the week of Feb. 18, 2024. Sign up to receive these updates every Sunday in your inbox by subscribing to our GeekWire Weekly email newsletter. Most popular stories on GeekWire ‘I’m proud of being a job hopper’: Seattle engineer’s post about company loyalty goes viral People tell me I don’t have company loyalty. … Read More Seattle City

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Facial recognition software discovered in college campus vending machines

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The University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, began removing its vending machines after discovering facial recognition technology on one of them. The machine's operators and manufacturers deny collecting or selling biometric data, but a prior case in the country gives students reason for alarm.

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7 Pitfalls for Apache Cassandra in Production

Apache Cassandra is an open-source distributed database that boasts an architecture that delivers high scalability, near 100% availability, and powerful read-and-write performance required for many data-heavy use cases. However, many developers and administrators who are new to this NoSQL database often encounter several challenges that can impact its performance.