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Qualcomm has announced its latest flagship mobile chipset, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Along with making it more powerful and efficient than Gen 1 chips, Qualcomm says it has packed more AI smarts into the new platform.The Snapdragon 8 will tap into the latest Qualcomm AI Engine and upgraded Hexagon processor to offer "faster natural language processing with multi-language translation and advanced AI camera features," the company claims. The processor has architectural upgrades that will enable up to 4.35 times the AI performance of Gen 1 chips, according to Qualcomm. There will be support for an AI precision format called Int4, which the company suggests will lead to a 60 percent performance/watt improvement over the previous-gen chipset ...
— Engadget (November 16) (Pocket)
ULTRA: A Data-driven Approach for Recommending Team Formation in Response to Proposal Calls. (arXiv:2201.05646v2 [cs.IR] UPDATED)
We introduce an emerging AI-based approach and prototype system for assisting team formation when researchers respond to calls for proposals from funding agencies. This is an instance of the general problem of building teams when demand opportunities come periodically and potential members may vary over time. The novelties of our approach are that we: (a) extract technical skills needed about researchers and calls from multiple data sources and normalize them using Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques, (b) build a prototype solution based on matching and teaming based on constraints, (c) describe initial feedback about system from researchers at a University to deploy, and (d) create and publish a dataset that others can use.
— arXiv (November 29) (Pocket)
QC: Still not actually useful, but it's increasingly intriguing Opinion The UK's national broadcaster, the BBC, its R&D team and its entire 100-year, 15 million item archive are part of a new consortium investigating QNLP, Quantum Natural Language Processing, with the ultimate aim of automating the extraction of meaning from humanity's babble.…
— The Register (November 29) (Pocket)
The machine-learning consortium MLCommons released the latest set of benchmark results last week, offering a glimpse at the capabilities of new chips and old as they tackled executing lightweight AI on the tiniest systems and training neural networks at both server and supercomputer scales. The benchmark tests saw the debut of new chips from Intel and Nvidia as well as speed boosts from software improvements and predictions that new software will play a role in speeding the new chips in the years after their debut.Training Servers Training AI has been a problem that’s driven billions of dollars in investment, and it seems to be paying off.
— IEEE (November 18) (Pocket)
Game players experience a staggering amount of online abuse. A recent study found that five out of six adults (18–45) experienced harassment in online multiplayer games, or over 80 million gamers. Three out of five young gamers (13–17) have been harassed, or nearly 14 million gamers. Identity-based harassment is on the rise, as is instances of white supremacist rhetoric.
— VentureBeat (November 17) (Pocket)
Waymo is one step closer to charging passengers for fully driverless rides in San Francisco. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has granted the company a Driverless Pilot permit, which allows it to pick up passengers in a test vehicle without a driver behind the wheel. It's only the second participant in the CPUC's Driverless Permit program, with Cruise being the first.By securing the permit, Waymo now has the authority to offer driverless rides throughout San Francisco, portions of Daly City, as well as in portions of Los Altos, Los Altos Hills, Mountain View, Palo Alto and Sunnyvale. Its vehicles are allowed to go as fast as 65 miles per hour and can operate 24/7, but the ...
— Engadget (November 20) (Pocket)
"The brain is very busy when we sleep, repeating what we have learned during the day," said Maxim Bazhenov, Ph.D., professor of medicine and a sleep researcher at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine in the press release. "Sleep helps reorganize memories and presents them in the most efficient way."
— Interesting Engineering (November 26) (Pocket)
With the City Council’s recent vote, Cambridge, Massachusetts becomes the latest city to reform parking requirements. Cambridge is unique among Massachusetts cities in that it is the first to fully eliminate parking minimums citywide. But it is not unique among U.S. cities more generally, and comes as a wave of other locations, including San Francisco, California; Lexington, Kentucky; and St. Paul, Minnesota; have made sweeping parking reforms.
— FEE (November 26) (Pocket)
But a new study out of the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) examined 277 people with moderate to severe osteoarthritis of the knee who had taken NSAIDs for at least a year and found that joint inflammation and cartilage quality over time were worse in these patients compared to those not treated with NSAIDs.
— CBS (November 25) (Pocket)
San Diego, California-based Axos Bank is an entirely online bank offering numerous account options for individual and business customers. In addition to multiple types of checking accounts designed to suit various life stages and financial needs including a notable rewards checking, the bank provides money market, high-yield savings, lending, and investment account services.
— Fortune (November 23) (Pocket)
The women's Final Four is in Dallas this season, followed by Cleveland in 2024, Tampa in 2025 and first-time host Phoenix in 2026. The event in Arizona will end a long drought of the women's Final Four not being held in the western United States. The last time was in San Jose, California, in 1999; the closest the event has been to the West since then was Denver in 2012.
— ESPN (November 19) (Pocket)
Other investors in the Series A round included SV Angel, Liquid 2 Ventures, and Hawktail. The company will use the funds to advance its drug discovery platform and build its pipeline of drugs. The platform is based on technology developed by Rezo Cofounder and CEO Nevan Krogan at the University of California, San Francisco's Quantitative Biosciences Institute (QBI).
— Genome Web (November 18) (Pocket)
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