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Symposium

Big data: big data for social science research

by Mark Birkin

In this follow-up interview, John Gustafson goes beyond unum 1.0. Type 2 unums pave the way for custom number systems that squeeze the maximum accuracy out of a given number of bits. This new format could have prime applications in deep learning, big data, and exascale computing. ...


Symposium

Big Data and the Attention Economy: Big Data (Ubiquity symposium)

by Bernardo A. Huberman

In this follow-up interview, John Gustafson goes beyond unum 1.0. Type 2 unums pave the way for custom number systems that squeeze the maximum accuracy out of a given number of bits. This new format could have prime applications in deep learning, big data, and exascale computing. ...



Symposium

Big Data, Digitization, and Social Change: Big Data (Ubiquity symposium)

December 2017
by Jeffrey Johnson, Peter Denning, David Sousa-Rodrigues, Kemal A. Delic

In this follow-up interview, John Gustafson goes beyond unum 1.0. Type 2 unums pave the way for custom number systems that squeeze the maximum accuracy out of a given number of bits. This new format could have prime applications in deep learning, big data, and exascale computing. ...


Interview

The changing culture of computer science: an interview with Marianne Winslett

November 2017
Interviewed by Richard T. Snodgrass

In this follow-up interview, John Gustafson goes beyond unum 1.0. Type 2 unums pave the way for custom number systems that squeeze the maximum accuracy out of a given number of bits. This new format could have prime applications in deep learning, big data, and exascale computing. ...