Sat.Jun 15, 2024

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The t-shirts that tech people don’t want anymore: Seattle thrift-store swag deadpool, 2024 edition

GeekWire

My idea of weekend fun is browsing the racks at Seattle-area thrift stores in search of once-prized tech swag that has become castoff apparel, as a barometer of the status of the companies and brands emblazoned thereon. Seriously, I love to do this. Here are my best finds from today’s visit to the Goodwill. EST. 2015, R.I.P. 2023 … I bought this one, $2.99 red tag.

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Can we build conscious machines?

Vox

A film adaptation of science fiction author Terry Bisson’s 1991 short story, They’re Made out of Meat , opens with two aliens in dismay. Sitting in a roadside diner booth disguised as humans, cigarettes hanging limp from their mouths, they’re grappling with an observation about the creatures who surround them: Humans, it seems, are made entirely of meat.

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AMD patent unveils multi-chiplet GPU designs for unrivaled flexibility

TechSpot

The December 2022 patent describes a GPU design split across multiple GPU chiplet sets. Each chiplet has a frontend die paired with several other shader-engine dies. The clever part is that these GPU chiplets can flexibly combine in various configurations.

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Cybersecurity in the age of AI: A conversation with Amazon Chief Security Officer Steve Schmidt

GeekWire

Steve Schmidt, Amazon chief security officer, speaks at AWS re:Inforce this week. (Amazon Photo) This week on the GeekWire Podcast: It was a big week for cybersecurity for Seattle’s cloud giants, albeit in very different ways for each. Microsoft President Brad Smith was in Washington, D.C., testifying before the U.S. House Homeland Security Committee about Microsoft’s security challenges — stay tuned for highlights at the end of the show.

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Intel still doesn't know what is causing its i9 desktop chips to crash

TechSpot

Recently, users have struggled with stability issues related to Intel's Core i9-14900K & 13900K CPUs. Those with the processors have noticed increased game crashing, leading numerous developers to issue support notices. Intel said it would investigate.

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5 Reasons to Integrate Cybersecurity in Healthcare Digital Marketing

SecureWorld News

The healthcare industry has had a rough time when it comes to cybersecurity. Over the last few years, the number of data breaches in the healthcare industry has gradually increased. Clearly, there’s still a lot of work to be done to improve cybersecurity measures in healthcare. While every industry holds a wealth of sensitive information, the healthcare industry is particularly vulnerable because it deals with highly personal and confidential data.

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Amazon has a secret way to scrape Microsoft's GitHub and feed its AI model

Dataconomy

Amazon needs vast quantities of high-quality data to create powerful AI models.

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New Samsung 2nm roadmap shows backside power delivery coming in 2027

TechSpot

First up, Samsung took the wraps off two new process nodes aimed at pushing the limits of chip performance and efficiency. The headliner is the 2nm SF2Z process, slated for mass production in 2027. This one packs a clever trick with a backside power delivery network (BSPDN) that routes the.

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Revolutionary 2Tb 3D QLC NAND flash memory die teased by Western Digital

TechSpot

This minuscule chip packs 256GB of storage into a single die using WD's cutting-edge 8th-generation BiCS 3D NAND tech developed jointly with partner Kioxia. The manufacturing technology enables WD to fit 218 layers in a single die, almost twice the 112 layers most NAND flash memory today comes with. By.

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