Memorial Day History and Perspective

Former slaves reburied dead Union prisoners of war in May 1865, thus creating the modern observance of Memorial Day. Read more at http://www.snopes.com/military/memorialday.asp#EyXCyii0wUcfzRgz.99. Image and information from Snopes.com

Former slaves reburied dead Union prisoners of war in May 1865, thus creating the modern observance of Memorial Day.
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May 25, 2015

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Memorial Day was started by former slaves on May, 1, 1865 in Charleston, SC to honor 257 dead Union Soldiers who had been buried in a mass grave in a Confederate prison camp. They dug up the bodies and worked for 2 weeks to give them a proper burial as gratitude for fighting for their freedom.

They then held a parade of 10,000 people led by 2,800 Black children where they marched, sang and celebrated. Thank the contributor of this information.

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Nature Climate Change by University of Maryland

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May 25, 2015

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PR News Wire– A new study from researchers at the University of Maryland (UMD) and the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) demonstrates that the highly contentious debate on climate change is fueled in part by how information flows throughout policy networks.

The UMD and SESYNC researchers found that “echo chambers”—social network structures in which individuals with the same viewpoint share information with each other—play a significant role in climate policy communication. The researchers say that echo chambers may help explain why, despite a well-documented scientific consensus on the causes and drivers of global changes in climate, half of U.S. senators voted earlier this year against an amendment affirming that climate change is human-induced.

A peer-reviewed paper based on the study will be published online May 25 in the journal Nature Climate Change. (All information in this release is EMBARGOED until 25 May 2015 at 1600 London time / 1100 US Eastern time.)

“Our research shows how the echo chamber can block progress toward a political resolution on climate change. Individuals who get their information from the same sources with the same perspective may be under the impression that theirs is the dominant perspective, regardless of what the science says,” said Dr. Dana R. Fisher, a professor of sociology at UMD and corresponding author who led the research.

In summer 2010, researchers surveyed the most active members of the U.S. climate policy network, including members of Congress and leaders of non-governmental organizations and business and trade unions. Respondents were asked questions about their attitudes toward climate science and climate policy, as well as questions to establish their policy network connections. For example, respondents were asked to identify their sources of expert scientific information about climate change and with whom they collaborate on a regular basis regarding the issue of climate change.

“This time period was particularly interesting for studying climate policy because legislation regulating carbon dioxide emissions had passed through the House of Representatives and was being considered in the Senate. If passed, this bill would have been the first case of federal climate legislation passing through the U.S. Congress,” said Fisher.

The researchers then used an exponential random graph (ERG) model—a complex statistical model for analyzing data about social and other networks—to test for the presence and significance of echo chambers among members of the U.S. climate policy network. In the “echo,” two people who have the same outlook or opinion on a relevant issue share information, reinforcing what each already believes. In the “chamber,” individuals hear information originating from one initial source through multiple channels.

“The model we used gives us a framework for empirically testing the significance of echo chambers,” said Dr. Lorien Jasny, a computational social scientist at SESYNC and lead author of the paper. “We find that the occurrences of echo chambers are indeed statistically significant, meaning our model provides a potential explanation for why climate change denial persists in spite of the consensus reached by the scientific community.”

The researchers say that echo chambers explain why outlier positions—for example, that climate-warming trends over the past century are likely not due to human activities—gain traction in the political sphere. The answer lies in the disproportionate connections among ideologically similar political communicators.

“Information has become a partisan choice, and those choices bias toward sources that reinforce beliefs rather than challenge them, regardless of the source’s legitimacy,” Fisher said.

Jasny and Fisher point out that the debate on climate change is not indicative of inconclusive science. Rather, the debate is illustrative of how echo chambers influence information flows in policy networks.

“Our research underscores how important it is for people on both sides of the climate debate to be careful about where they get their information. If their sources are limited to those that repeat and amplify a single perspective, they can’t be certain about the reliability or objectivity of their information,” said Jasny.

This work was supported by National Science Foundation grants no. BCS-0826892, and no. DBI-1052875 awarded to the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC).

The research paper, “An empirical examination of echo chambers in US climate policy networks,” Lorien Jasny, Joseph Waggle, andDana R. Fisher, will be published online May 25 in the journal Nature Climate Change. (All information in this release is EMBARGOED until 25 May 2015 at 1600 London time / 1100 US Eastern time.)]

 

Repost from PR News Wire  By Dana Fisher at @Fisher_DanaR And Lorien Jasny @LorienJasny.Source: University of Maryland

 

 

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The U.S. is Using More Energy Can Green Tech Answer the Call

May 22, 2015

By Dr. Tyra OldhamLANDsds Sustainable Voice News

 

The push toward energy remains shaped by the political and environmental platform. The need for energy expansion is vial to sustainability. The research reveals as in social change we have come along way with along way to go.

“Researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have determined that Americans’ energy use climbed 1 percent year-over-year in 2014, but its carbon emissions hardly budged at all. In fact, they were down significantly for coal and petroleum-based power. While some of that decline is due to industry using less-than-clean natural gas, it’s also helped by big jumps in solar and wind energy, which respectively grew by 33 and 8 percent.

These eco-friendly sources still represent just a tiny piece of the puzzle at 2.2 percent of the US’ entire demand, so there’s no doubt that dirty power still dominates. Scientists are quick to add that green tech is running into roadblocks, as well — wind turbine deployments have slowed down in the past two years, and California’s drought shrank the use of hydroelectric power,” reports Endgaget in “Americans are using more energy, but green tech is softening the blow“.

There is a need for education and funding to support the innovations required to produce energy solutions for a cleaner, greener and sustainable America.

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Oregon Fuel Tax on Infrastructure and Efficient Vehicles

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May 22, 2015

By Dr. Tyra OldhamLANDsds Sustainable Voice News

Interesting news on encouraging efficiency in transportation and supporting infrastructure by paying for driving.  This new system is innovative but can the socioeconomic structure bear the weight of the innovation.  “In Oregon, pay as you go” is a new approach to encouraging new thinking. “Oregon is set to become the first state in the nation to implement a pay-per-mile tax.

The measure is currently voluntary, starts in July and will be open to only 5,000 drivers. Participating drivers will have their mileage recorded and be charged 1.5 cents per mile. They’ll get credit to offset the fuel tax at the pump. It’s an interesting experiment by the state as an attempt to offset the dropping revenue from the fuel tax. This is a problem across the United States as more drivers opt for fuel-efficient vehicles,” CNN reports.

The challenge is that the solution does not address  the answer which is to change other systems such as poverty, jobs and construction. In addition, efficient vehicle are not yet manufactured that are cost efficient.

This tax assists those who can transfer to fuel efficient cars and/or electric. This transition to efficient cars is a challenge for those seeking work, under employed or economically challenged.

The poor may not find it easy to pay this tax as they undoubtedly have to drive distances to work. This tax is assessing a fee for not having the ability to work via telecommute or find other strategic methods of gaining revenue.

The tax does not address how construction has been in operation that allows prime contractors to bid and then deliver addendum(s) that change and extend the scope of the work for more profits that  delivers cost overruns to the tax payer.

The tax must address the other gaps in the process so that what drivers pay actually serves the purpose of its objective.

Next is to consider can one more tax overburden the already over taxed citizens. The opportunity to address sustainable solutions and the efficiency of the overall ecosystem. Cities and states can not pay their way out of a problem more thinking is required.

Systems changes often do not address the problem but create a solution for another problem. This is a story worthy of following as the idea becomes an application.

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Tyra Oldham Celebrating Red Nose Day

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May 21, 2015

By Dr. Tyra OldhamLANDsds Sustainable Voice News

 

Today is Red Nose Day a social movement advocating for change. Have you put on your red nose today. Red Nose Day believes in a just world free from poverty and using the power of entertainment to create positive change in the world.

I am wearing my red nose for economic equity, women free from violence, racial peace, food for all and global sustainability on this day.  Support your world and wear a red nose on your face or in your mind.

It cannot hurt to be fun adn want change. Happy Red Nose Day.

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Internet of Things is Growing Has It Considered the Unconnected

Internet of Things is Growing Has It Considered the Unconnected

Internet of Things is Growing Has It Considered the Unconnected

May 21, 2015

By Dr. Tyra OldhamLANDsds Sustainable Voice News

 

The ability to connect to deliver efficiency is integral to the Internet of Things.  As more connect many are not, leaving people, places and things seeking to connect. Mobile is driving connectivity “By the numbers: Internet of Things industry to grow by this much in 2015” and closing the divide can deliver deeper returns.

I am concerned about the digital divide inside of the Internet of Things. In the nucleus of the Internet of Things is it people or things. The answer will soon be addressed as the unconnected become critical to the Internet.  The Internet of Things (IoT) is approaching a system that will have to be considered more socioeconomically.

The Boston Business Journal reported, “The worldwide connected-devices industry, commonly referred to as the Internet of Things, is on track to grow by 19 percent this year.
That’s according to a new forecast from Framingham-based research firm International Data Corp. (IDC).

  • The Internet of Things market in manufacturing operations will grow from $42.2 billion in 2013 to $98.8 billion in 2018, a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18.6 percent.
  • The hottest U.S. market is in connected vehicles, with 34.8 percent year-over-year growth anticipated in 2015.
  • Digital signage use in retail outlets will grow from $6 billion in 2013 to $27.5 billion in 2018, a 35.7 percent five-year CAGR, as retailers continue to digitize the consumer experience.

The Internet of Things industry is booming in Boston, with dozens of companies working in this field. Among them are Boston-based LogMeIn (Nasdaq: LOGM), Boston startup Onion.io, and Needham-based PTC (Nasdaq: PTC).”

The boom is in connecting and yet the companies that can grow the unconnected will be the winner. The ability to create equity and inclusion within the Internet of Things is the chasm to cross versus connecting the already connected.

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Big Data and Analytics EdCon 2015

The unprecedented growth in the importance of Big Data and Analytics has created a situation where the demand for relevant skills is outpacing the ability of educational institutions to keep up. Making the most of Big Data and Analytics requires a comprehensive approach that spans literacy needs across different disciplines and specialized career paths including:

  • Business Strategy and Management
  • Data Science
  • Business Analytics
  • Data Strategy and Architecture
  • Data Policy
  • Informatics for every professional field
  • Data Engineering
  • Chief Data Officers
  • Big Data Development
  • Visual Analytics
  • C-Suite Roles

Given the broad reach of Big Data and Analytics, the need for skills training encompasses basic understanding that begins in K-12, deepens during baccalaureate and post-graduate education, and continues through ongoing education during ones’ professional career.

In order to explore the challenges related to delivering Big Data and Analytics education, the University of Derby and Birmingham City University are sponsoring the Big Data and Analytics Educational Conference (BDA EdCon).

The BDA EdCon 2015 conference will be held during the AMCIS 2015 conference in Puerto Rico on 11 to 15 August at The El Conquistador Resort and Convention Center. Attendees at the BDA EdCon 2015 conference will be able to attend all the AMCIS conference activities.

BDA EdCon 2015 continues the success of the previous two BDA EdCon conferences in 2013 and 2014. It has been expanded to include all academics who teach using Analytics software products from all suppliers, including IBM, SAS®, Oracle, Microsoft and others.

Academics are encouraged to attend to network and share good and best practice in the development of enthusiastic and skilled Data Scientists and Data Analysts.

Sponsors

IBM Analytics, http://ibm.com

Department of Computing and Maths, University of Derby ,http://www.derby.ac.uk/engineering-technology/, and

Birmingham City University

KDnuggets   www.KDnuggets.com  :  Analytics, Data Mining, & Data Science Resources

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Big Data Analytics and Education Conference Europe 2015

Hosted by Istanbul Sehir University, co-organized with IBM US, IBM Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey, July 30th-31st

 

The volume and diversity of available data has dramatically increased in all facets of life, industry and academia alike. This rapid increase is due to the great advances in data generation, data acquisition and data accessibility. Massive data volume prompts us in scientific disciplines on how to extract useful information and on how to foster research. Similarly, wide access to a multitude of customer information and product use presents business opportunities to companies of all sizes.

Practitioners used to feel lost in the data masses due to the lack of proper data management. However, this has changed with the recent advances in big data technologies; business world and the scientific community are now able to explore at great strides how to make sense of available data and turn them into actionable insights.

This conference intends to bring together data scientists and data practitioners from various disciplines to discuss real-world problems in data science as well as recent big data technology and its educational ecosystem. The conference will consist of three parts: inspiring invited talks from international experts, presentation of accepted conference papers and panels/working groups on challenging subjects.

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Supercomputers a Valued Resource in Silicon Valley

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May 20, 2015

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The information on “Supercomputers a Hidden Power Center of Silicon Valley“. Silicon Valley is famed for spawning the desktop, mobile and cloud Relevant Products/Services computing revolutions. What is less well known is that it’s one of the nerve centers for building the world’s fastest number-crunchers.

Once confined to big national laboratories, supercomputers are now in demand to crunch massive amounts of data Relevant Products/Services for industries such as oil exploration, finance and online sales.

The valley’s strong hand in that business was highlighted in April when Intel Relevant Products/Services landed the prime contract to design a $200 million supercomputer named Aurora to be housed at the Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois.

Aurora, developed in partnership with Cray of Seattle, will likely become the world’s fastest supercomputer when it goes online in 2018. With Aurora’s new architecture, the Santa Clara chip company appears to be taking aim at a bigger slice of what will soon be a $15 billion to $20 billion commercial market for “high performance” computers that can give a company a competitive edge.

“Right now in the oil and gas industry, there’s an arms race to see who can get the biggest supercomputer,” said analyst Steve Conway of the research firm International Data Corp., citing one industry that has been especially aggressive in buying the machines.

Energy companies use supercomputers to pinpoint oil deposits. Car companies use them to crash virtual cars in safety tests. Procter & Gamble uses high-performance computing to design detergents and shampoo and even potato chips. Supercomputer maker Cray says “at least one” Major League Baseball team uses one of its machines to see, among other things, how batters fare against different types of pitchers.

Among the valley’s supercomputer makers or component suppliers:

Silicon Graphics International in Milpitas makes systems for national laboratories — there’s one at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View — and private industry, including PayPal. In one case, a query that took 14 minutes to run on an older system was accomplished in less than a second on an SGI supercomputer, according to Ryan Quick, principal architect, advanced technologies at PayPal.

“One of SGI’s big initiatives is to leverage much of the experimental work we’ve done in developing the biggest, baddest systems out there and democratizing that into a package well-suited for the enterprise Relevant Products/Services world,” said Brian Freed, vice president of in-memory architecture.

Intel already supplies the chips for close to 95 percent of all high-performance machines, which includes supercomputers and their slightly less powerful cousins, according to Intersect360, a San Jose consulting firm. In the mid-1990s, Intel benefited from a move by system makers to using off-the-shelf parts like Intel’s processors, according to Addison Snell of Intersect360.

Hewlett-Packard ranks just ahead of IBM as a supplier of the world’s fastest supercomputers, according to a Top 500 list maintained by Berkeley researchers. It had 35 percent of the revenue from high-performance systems sold last year, according to International Data Corp.

Nvidia, in Santa Clara, supplies accelerator chips — something like the turbocharger in a car — used in a growing number of supercomputers. Its “Tesla” processors are used in machines at Google, Facebook and Baidu for speech, video and image recognition. With $279 million in high-performance computing revenue last year, “we are just beginning this era,” said Sumit Gupta, Nvidia’s general manager of the Tesla accelerated computing business.

AMD, headquartered in Santa Clara, makes the Opteron processor that powers the Titan supercomputer at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee and is used in Cray’s powerful XE6 supercomputer.

Mellanox Technologies, also in Milpitas, makes leading-edge networking gear for high performance computers and is combining with IBM and Nvidia to build two new supercomputers for the U.S Department of Energy’s labs at Oak Ridge and Livermore.

Think of a supercomputer as a cluster of tens of thousands of Mac workstations performing together like a symphony orchestra to process billions and trillions of bits of data every second, sometimes for hundreds of users. Supercomputer prices run from $500,000 to more than $100 million. Some are general purpose machines that can perform tasks like 3-D modeling hosting large numbers of users at the same time. A second type is used for one task, such as running a cloud-based service.

“A whole class of things start to become practical as the cost of computing drops,” said Alan Gara, an Intel fellow at the giant chip firm’s Santa Clara headquarters and lead system architect for the Aurora system.

“There used to be a few hundred supercomputers sold in the world each year because the prices were so high — $10 million and up,” said analyst Conway of IDC. But prices have fallen so sharply for powerful machines that “these days, companies and small organizations that wouldn’t think of getting one before can do so.” Nowadays thousands of high-performance machines are sold every year.

Since they can provide an edge over competitors, some companies don’t want their supercomputers publicized.

“Some of the bigger companies really depend upon supercomputers to do lot of their work,” said Bill Mannel, head of HP’s Apollo server team in Houston, who added that “whether it’s the oil, auto or aircraft industry, it’s become such a core part of their development that they won’t even share details of how much they have or who they buy from.”

Most companies with valley headquarters have far-flung research and manufacturing sites, but this area is a key center of innovation said Scot Schultz at Mellanox Technologies in Sunnyvale. “I think it’s largely because most of the core tech providers have a presence here and have been a part of the Bay Area community here for so long.”

Google — whose operations require massive amounts of computing power Relevant Products/Services — is pushing the frontiers in a collaboration on a quantum computer project with NASA Ames and the Universities Space Research Association. The hope is to develop a radically different computer that in theory could do certain problems in a few days that would take today’s computers “millions of years” to perform.

“If you thought IBM’s Watson on Jeopardy was impressive, where things are headed will totally leave it in the dust,” said Conway.

Repost from Top Tech News by Pete Carey © 2015 San Jose Mercury News (CA) syndicated under contract with NewsEdge. All rights reserved.

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Big Data and Analytics in Doha

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May 18, 2015

By Dr. Tyra OldhamLANDsds Sustainable Voice News

 

The work of Big Data and Analytics is a common term in business in seeking to quantify and qualify information. The chief task of data work is how to crunch data effectively while defining the data eaten, used and wasted.  The solutions of data are being offered globally.  Introducing the training partnership of “Oracle, Mannai sponsor ‘big data, analytics’ workshops in June” in Doha.

Oracle and Mannai are sponsoring the “Qatar Big Data and Analytics Workshops”, set to open on June 7 at the Doha Marriott Hotel to help Qatari organisations understand how technology could help drive efficiency, reduce waste, and improve profit. Recent research reveals that public and private organisations in Qatar were among the major “early adopters” of big data and analytics in the region. Leading Qatari institutions are now hiring proven analytics managers and investing in new analytics  programmes and products.

Kumar Ramanujam, director of conferences at TMC, Dubai, said there are many managers in Qatar who realise that making use of big data creates serious challenges but are unsure how to tackle the issue.

“These workshop master-classes are for them,” he stressed.
Binu MR, vice president, Mannai Software Division, said, “We have the infrastructure and intellectual capabilities to answer the question facing many chief executive officers in Qatar, who ask how can we benefit from the new efficiencies promised through big data?”
He also confirmed the ownership of the powerful Big Data Appliance, which was engineered to crunch large datasets that produce meaningful data insights.  Binu added, “This will usher in an age of new dynamics in social, economic, and institutional spheres.”

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