DPL Reading List – March 13, 2020
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Each Friday, we share a curated list of articles we found during the past week. Here’s the list of the new and interesting ones we found this week. If there’s an article you think we should read, let us know in the comments below.
Beware of ‘Coronavirus Maps’ – It’s a malware infecting PCs to steal passwords – Criminals seize every opportunity to exploit users. Experts recently released a threat analysis report detailing a new attack that takes advantage of users’ increasing search for information about the novel coronavirus, COVID-19.
Don’t Let Your Obsession with Productivity Kill Your Creativity – How do we create the right conditions for creativity when our days are so driven by to-do lists?
NOAA to triple supercomputing capacity in bid to dramatically improve forecast accuracy – Two new supercomputers from Cray will help the organization improve its two-dozen models.
The untold origins of Apple’s groundbreaking design – Inspiration can come from almost anywhere – and a look at how Steve Jobs took cues from the Bauhaus when approaching design.
Love in a time of Corona Virus – Tips, Tricks and Best Practices for Working Remotely – Microsoft recently shut down their Seattle campus until later this month. In light of that, Scott provides some tips, tricks, and other things to consider as so many are now remote workers.
How to work on your creative skills to stay competitive, according to a former Disney exec – The vast majority of children are creative geniuses, but many of us as adults have lost that creative ability.
Image Sensor Doubles as a Neural Net – This device analyzes images thousands of times faster than conventional machine-vision strategies.