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23 Apr 19
Acordo Coletivo: Cidadania

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search This article is about the scientist. For the agriculturalist, see Isaac Newton (agriculturalist). Sir Isaac Newton FRS PRS Portrait of Newton by Godfrey Kneller, 1689 Born 4 January 1643 [O.S. 25 December 1642][1] Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire, England Died 31 March 1727 (aged 84) [O.S.20 March 1726][1] Kensington, Middlesex, England Resting place Westminster Abbey Nationality English […]

22 Apr 19
Preparation Tips for IIT JEE & NEET Exam 2019

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a national level medical entrance examination which is conducted for admission to MBBS, Dental and AYUSH courses in the MCI approved medical colleges in India. It is a dream for most of the students to crack this examination. In order to succeed in this exam, candidates need […]

18 Apr 19
A Dream To Achieve and A Life To Live For...

Introduction: Scale Matters One of the points which Richard Feynman, as a great physics teacher, does admirably well is to point out why scale matters. In fact, ‘old’ physics are not incorrect per se. It’s just that ‘new’ physics analyzes stuff at a much smaller scale. For example, Snell’s Law, or Fermat’s Principle of Least […]

16 Apr 19
Madison Area Lyme Support Group

http://danielcameronmd.com/eye-problems-tick-borne-diseases-lyme/ EYE PROBLEMS IN TICK-BORNE DISEASES OTHER THAN LYME “Why should an ophthalmologist have a good understanding of Lyme diagnosis and treatment?” asks Sathiamoorthi [1], from the Mayo Clinic, in an article published in the Current Opinion in Ophthalmology. “Vision-threatening ophthalmic manifestations are relatively common in Lyme disease (LD) and Rocky Mountain spotted fever.” by […]

15 Apr 19
Energetic Health

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15 Apr 19
VentureBeat
Accelerator chips that use light rather than electrons to carry out computations promise to supercharge AI model training and inference. In theory, they could process algorithms at the speed of light — dramatically faster than today’s speediest logic-gate circuits — but so far, light’s unpredictability has foiled most attempts to emulate transistors optically. Boston-based Lightelligence, though, claims it’s achieved a measure of success with its optical AI chip, which today debuts in prototype form. It says that latency is improved up to 10,000 times compared with traditional hardware, and it estimates power consumption at “orders of magnitude” lower. The technology underpinning it has its origins in a 2017 paper coauthored by CEO Yichen Shen. Shen — then a Ph.D. student studying photonic materials at MIT under Marin Soljacic, a professor at MIT’s Department of Physics who runs the school’s photonics and modern electro-magnetics group — published research in the journal Nature Photonics describing a novel way to perform neural-network workloads using optical interference. Lightelligence was founded months later, and Soljacic was one of the first to join its board of directors. “A student like Yichen only comes through rarely in a Professor’s career, even at MIT. Yichen is a real visionary and a pioneer in this field of using integrated optics for AI,” said Soljacic. The chip in question — which is about the size of a printed circuit board — packs photonic circuits similar to optical fibers that transmit signals. It requires only limited energy, because light produces less heat than the electricity, and is less susceptible to changes in ambient temperature, electromagnetic fields, and other noise. It’s designed to slot into existing machines at the network edge, like on-premises servers, and will eventually ship with a software stack compatible with algorithms in commonly used frameworks like Google’s Tensorflow, Facebook’s Caffe2 and Pytorch, and others. Lightelligence has so far demonstrated MNIST, a benchmark machine learning model that uses computer vision to recognize handwritten digits, on its accelerator. And it’s recorded matrix-vector multiplications and other linear operations — key components of AI models — running roughly 100 times faster than the state-of-the-art electronic chips. “We are very pleased to reveal our working optical chip AI computing system,” Shen said. “Our prototype … is 100,000 times faster than the system demonstrated in our Nature Photonics paper and a fraction of the size. The system is a true testament to our team.” To date, Lightelligence has raised $10.7 million in venture financing and has over 20 employees, including a number of industry veterans hailing from Columbia, Georgia Tech, Peking University, and UC Berkeley. Headlining the roster is Dr. Gilbert Hendry, who’s held various roles at Google and Microsoft, and Maurice Steinman, a former AMD senior fellow. Lightelligence stands largely alone in the optical AI accelerator space, but it competes with Lightmatter, which has raised triple the amount of funding ($33 million) for its own chip. (Lightmatter’s CEO Nicholas Harris, interestingly, was a coauthor on that Nature Photonics paper.)
14 Apr 19
JEE Mains And Advanced

About the College: Birla Institute of technology and science is a premium institute for graduate and post-graduate studies in Science and technology in India. The institute is one among the 6 Indian ‘Institutes of Eminence’ recognised by the Government of India in 2018. The main campus is in , but the institute also had colleges […]

14 Apr 19
BloggerBoy

Here is the complete syllabus for JEE Advanced exam to be conducted on 27th of May 2019. Subjects : Mathematics , Physics and Chemistry.

13 Apr 19
Fort Russ

USA: designates Iranian Revolutionary Guard as a ‘Terrorist Organization’. Iran: designates US CENTCOM [the American military command responsible for, amongst other things, the Middle Eastern theatre ] as a Terrorist Organization. I’ll address why this has happened in the next portion; but for the moment – like I say in the image accompanying … I’m […]

11 Apr 19
JEE Mains And Advanced

The JEE main 2019 exam dates are 8th, 9th, 10th and 12th of April. Unlike previous years this year, the JEE mains is conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency) and not by CBSE. Two shifts per day hold it. So, by now six sessions of exams are over, and we will be going all over […]

11 Apr 19
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Written byCHELSA RIYAN | March 4, 2019 | 0 COMMENTS VITEEE Preparation Tips & Tricks 2019|Tips to Crack VITEEE Exam Share this on WhatsApp 45 SHARES Share on Facebook VITEEE Preparation 2019: VIT University is the main authority which organizes Vellore Institute of Technology Engineering Entrance Exam (VITEEE) annually. VITEEE 2019 exam will be conducted […]

10 Apr 19
BLACK PEN MEDIA

By Mr. Ramesh Batlish, IIT JEE Expert, FIITJEE If a student is dreaming to secure a seat in one of the IITs of the country, then it is mandatory to crack both JEE Main and JEE Advanced. National Testing Agency (NTA) is organizing JEE Main twice in 2019.JEE Main 2019 (January session)has been conducted between 8th […]

10 Apr 19
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Image Editing Software Global Market Analysis 2012-2017 and Forecast 2019-2023 Image editing encompasses the processes of altering images, whether they are digital photographes, traditional photochemical photographs, or illustrations. Traditional analog image editing is known as photo retouching, using tools such as an airbrush to modify photographs, or editing illustrations with any traditional art medium. Image […]

10 Apr 19
News Daily

By Mr. Ramesh Batlish, IIT JEE Expert, FIITJEE If a student is dreaming to secure a seat in one of the IITs of the country, then it is mandatory to crack both JEE Mainand JEE Advanced. National Testing Agency (NTA) is organising JEE Main twice in 2019.JEE Main 2019 (January session)has been conducted between 8th to […]