The Giinawind art collective to bring creativity, a new program to the community

Giinawind Art Collective was formed in downtown Thunder Bay to provide a safe space for Indigenous people to come together and socialize is important. The collective opened on October 15, offering a new space intended to serve as a hub for Indigenous creativity and art and currently includes space for …

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Nvidia announces Jetson AGX Orin energy-efficient AI supercomputer

Nvidia announced the Jetson AGX Orin, an AI accelerator for robotics projects, autonomous machines, medical devices and edge computing AI. Based on the Ampere architecture, and with additional Arm Cortex A78AE processors, it offers six times the computing power of its predecessor, the Jetson AGX Xavier. (Image credit: Nvidia) Powered …

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Kioxia Introduces Industry’s First EDSFF SSDs Designed With PCIe® 5.0 Technology

New KIOXIA CD7 E3.S Series EDSFF E3.S Data Center SSDs Optimized for Density and Efficiency TOKYO, November 09, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Kioxia Corporation today announced the first line of E3.S Enterprise and Data Center SSDs (EDSFF) designed with PCIe® 5.0 technology[1] – the KIOXIA CD7 E3.S series, opening a …

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The Chicago Humanities Festival continues its rich program | Arts and theater

Alan Cumming will be part of the Chicago Humanities Festival. Photographer Annie Leibovitz will talk about her career at the Chicago Humanities Festival. Since 1989, the Chicago Humanities Festival has offered a rich and engaging program to art lovers. The Chicago Humanities Festival continues this year through December 9 at …

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Can a digital replica of the Earth save the world from climate catastrophe?

A digital replica of the Earth could help scientists better model the future of our planet and find solutions to problems caused by climate change. The advanced model, dubbed Digital Twin Earth, is developed by the European Space Agency (ESA) and its partners on the basis of data and images …

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Startups envision the post-pandemic “tele-health” revolution

From mental health apps to a headset that can shock a patient’s brain from a distance, the startups at this year’s Web Summit are betting on a major shift to “telemedicine” as the world emerges from the pandemic. Using technology to virtually treat patients was a major theme at one …

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SDCC Special Edition lineup reveals smaller event

A pre-covid edition of SDCC.Photo: Michael buckner (Getty Images) San Diego Comic-Con is about to hold its first in-person event since 2019. It’s called Comic-Con Special Edition and it takes place November 26-28 in San Diego, California—corn If you were worried that by not attending you would miss some big, …

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University of Texas to deploy world-class supercomputer

(TNS) – The Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas is designing and deploying a new supercomputer that, when deployed, will be one of the fastest of any American university. The new supercomputer, dubbed Lonestar6, will run on a Dell Technologies system and will be designed and operated …

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Chicago on a roll of Cloud and Netflix tax revenue (1)

Chicago’s bold move in 2016 to tax two features of the digital economy is reaping significant rewards, while the city’s more conventional tax programs have languished during the pandemic. Chicago’s unique cloud computing tax revenue is about four times higher than five years ago, grossing nearly $ 120 million last …

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How collective crowd programming habits can be the breeding ground for increasing technical quality

Mob programming can help teams turn old habits into effective new ones to create products in an agile way. Habits developed collectively are hard to forget when you have other people around you. Crowd programming forces people to practice new habits on a regular basis, which makes them easier to …

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