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Forward Networks raises $35M to help enterprises map, track, and predict their networks’ behavior

Forward Networks raises $35M to help enterprises map, track, and predict their networks’ behavior

Security breaches and other activity that causes network surges and outages are all on the rise in the enterprise, and today, a startup called Forward Networks, which has built a clever way to help businesses monitor their network traffic to identify when things are going wrong, has raised a round of $35 million to continue…
How social networks can be used to bias votes

How social networks can be used to bias votes

EDITORIAL 04 September 2019 Evidence is stacking up that a small number of strategically placed bots can influence the choices of undecided voters. Collective decision-making could be vulnerable to systematic distortion.Credit: Scott Olson/Getty Politicians’ efforts to gerrymander — redraw electoral-constituency boundaries to favour one party — often hit the news. But, as a paper published…

5G Mobile Networks: A Systems Approach

5G Mobile Networks: A Systems Approach Version 0.1 Table of Contents Preface Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Radio Transmission Chapter 3: Basic Architecture Chapter 4: RAN Internals Chapter 5: Advanced Capabilities Chapter 6: Exemplar Implementation Chapter 7: Cloudification of Access About This Book 5G Mobile Networks: A Systems Approach Docs » 5G Mobile Networks: A…
DARPA aims to make networks 100 times speedier with FastNIC – TechCrunch

DARPA aims to make networks 100 times speedier with FastNIC – TechCrunch

Having a slow connection is always frustrating, but just imagine how supercomputers feel. All those cores doing all kinds of processing at lightning speed, but in the end they’re all waiting on an outdated network interface to stay in sync. DARPA doesn’t like it. So DARPA wants to change it — specifically by making a…
Why social networks keep tripping over their own content moderation policies

Why social networks keep tripping over their own content moderation policies

Our first-ever live event takes place in San Francisco on Tuesday, October 22nd: I’ll be talking with the brilliant disinformation researcher Renee DiResta. Grab a ticket and come say hi! Over the past week or so, it has felt like the entire public conversation around tech has turned a now familiar question: what should stay…
DARPA aims to make networks 100 times speedier with FastNIC

DARPA aims to make networks 100 times speedier with FastNIC

Having a slow connection is always frustrating, but just imagine how supercomputers feel. All those cores doing all kinds of processing at lightning speed, but in the end they’re all waiting on an outdated network interface to stay in sync. DARPA doesn’t like it. So DARPA wants to change it — specifically by making a…
How neural networks work—and why they’ve become a big business

How neural networks work—and why they’ve become a big business

Aurich Lawson / GettyThe last decade has seen remarkable improvements in the ability of computers to understand the world around them. Photo software automatically recognizes people's faces. Smartphones transcribe spoken words into text. Self-driving cars recognize objects on the road and avoid hitting them. Underlying these breakthroughs is an artificial intelligence technique called deep learning.…
Are Neural Networks About to Reinvent Physics? – Issue 78: Atmospheres – Nautilus

Are Neural Networks About to Reinvent Physics? – Issue 78: Atmospheres – Nautilus

Can AI teach itself the laws of physics? Will classical computers soon be replaced by deep neural networks? Sure looks like it, if you’ve been following the news, which lately has been filled with headlines like, “A neural net solves the three-body problem 100 million times faster: Machine learning provides an entirely new way to…

Neural networks as non-leaky mathematical abstraction

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Social networks have been weaponized for the impeachment hearings

Social networks have been weaponized for the impeachment hearings

The Interface will be off next week as Zoe and I wrap up a couple big reports we’ve been working on for a while now. I’ll be interviewing Tristan Harris on stage Monday at the Techonomy conference in Half Moon Bay — if you’re in attendance, say hi! Later in the week, I’ll be speaking…

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Twitch establishes a safety advisory council to help it sort out...

Today, Twitch is announcing the formation of its new Safety Advisory Council, a group made up of streamers, academics, and nonprofit leaders that will advise the company on online safety issues. The council will help Twitch draft new policies and update old ones, develop new products for safety and moderation, protect the interests of marginalized…

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