Members of the “CoE RAISE” EU project – developing AI approaches for next-generation supercomputers – meet at CERN
This innovative project is developing artificial-intelligence (AI) approaches for next-generation “exascale” supercomputers
Computer Security: Animal or plant?
We have been informed that it’s not only computer mice that pose a threat to your digital well-being. No, trackpads do, too
Computer Security: When auto-update is not so auto
With more and more random software installed on our laptops, tablets, smartphones and other devices, more and more security risks creep in
Computer Security: What’s under the tree?
It’s time to review what Father Christmas and his elves, gnomes and reindeers, if you happen to believe in them, have put under the computer security tree
Computer Security: Freemium paywalls
Lots of software are provided to CERN for free, and not just open-source software. But what do they actually mean when they say “free”?
Applications open for 2023 CERN openlab summer student programme
Quantum deep: delving into quantum technologies at CERN’s QT4HEP conference
The event discussed the latest developments in quantum technologies and identified activities within particle physics and beyond that can most benefit from their application
Computer Security: When your restaurant turns sour
It’s the beauty of software engineering to reuse programs/libraries/packages/VMs/containers developed by others – but this comes with a caveat
Computer Security: Finally, bonbons for download
Now it’s up to you to better protect your files, folders, documents and data
CERN joins with leaders from research and industry to propose an Open Quantum Institute
The Open Quantum Institute will work to ensure that emerging quantum technologies are put to use to tackle key societal challenges