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A Chip That Digests Data and Calculates the Odds

(from NY Times)



Complex as they may seem, traditional computers deal in a simple art. They rely on tiny switches that turn on and off, producing the streams of ones and zeros that software eventually translates into something meaningful to a human.



Some computer scientists find solace in the degree of certainty that comes from trading in yes-or-no operations.



Lyric Semiconductor, a start-up that… Continue

Added by Steffen Springer on August 25, 2010 at 12:10am — No Comments

Free Data Mining Q&A-Site (Stackoverflow-Style)

Do you know stackoverflow.com ?



If you write at least one line of code per week, you should ! In short terms, stackoverflow.com is a Q&A-site for programmers without payment, without add overloading but under collaborative control, just like wikipedia. Additionally, there is a reputation system which is certainly a better metric than number-of posts.



Check the following sections to get an idea how it works.…

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Added by Steffen Springer on June 23, 2010 at 12:52am — 5 Comments

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