DPL Reading List – May 17, 2019
| May 17, 2019 | in
Here are some of the new and interesting articles we found this week.
New speculative execution bug leaks data from Intel chips’ internal buffers – This use of stale data from the buffers seems to affect neither AMD’s chips nor ARM’s designs.
Toward scalable decentralized identifier systems – Microsoft’s announcement of a decentralized identity network that runs atop the Bitcoin blockchain.
The mouse of the future? Your eyeballs – Recent research finds that eye tracking could be used to help people be more productive.
To Become Your Best Self, Study Your Successes – Five practices for capitalizing on everyday opportunities for self development.
Microsoft open sources code to give any app Bing-like intelligence – Microsoft has released this production-grade code on GitHub. It will be fun to watch what developers can do with this.
A New Way to Build Tiny Neural Networks Could Create Powerful AI on Your Phone – A new paper is showing that we’re using neural networks that are far bigger than we probably need.
Mapping out Amazon’s invisible server empire – Amazon’s interactive map shows its AWS locations around the globe.