ComputerScience

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Students from Northern Michigan University are completing awesome internships!

Don Barr is a post-baccalaureate senior, majoring in computer science with a minor in mathematics. Barr is originally from Negaunee, Mich. He is completing a 12-month internship with Intel Corporation in Folsom, Calif.

“I have limited experience working with computer hardware, so I’m excited to learn more about the SSD lifecycle and better understand how my teams’ efforts affect Intel’s product release dates. I’ll be completing a 12 month internship, so I’m expecting my mental framework to be challenged through a variety of software and hardware contexts.”

Barr said he is currently working on a piece of software that will automate a series of third-party software testing suites. Intel uses these to produce performance benchmark numbers requested by customers like Lenovo, Microsoft, HP, etc. Once complete, Barr says a user will be able to simply tell the software which tests they would like to be run, how many iterations and with what parameters.

In addition, Barr said he’s been writing software exclusively in a language that he’s had no previous experience in (Python).

“It has been a neat experience for me to take concepts I’ve learned in courses at NMU in other languages (i.e. Java, Smalltalk, C++, JavaScript) and apply them to real-world software projects at Intel that will impact my team members directly.”

In his experience at NMU thus far, Barr said his favorite part about the university is the fact that the courses are challenging and thought provoking.

“The professors are always willing to give extra help when you need. I love the fact that a professor, not a graduate student, is teaching the class. I don’t think you’re going to find that at a Big Ten school.

“All in all, in my time at NMU I’ve met a lot of amazing people and made some really great friends along the way. Although I’ve only been at Intel for five weeks or so, I’ve already met some pretty awesome people, and I can imagine I’ll have great things to say when my internship ends!”

Way to go Don!

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Sydney, Australia (July 2016)

Found an old Assignment I completed. Prob 14 yrs old. One of my favourite subjects in Computer Science to this date.

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New House - New Start

If you’re a university student who lived away from home in your first year, you will know how irritating it is to go back home. Your parents telling you this and that - it all just gets extremely annoying very quickly.

So, it’s safe to say when I moved into my house with 4 others I was very excited to get back into my pre-summer routine of drinking, going out and working ( obviously studying is in there somewhere…).

Now living in halls is different to living in a house for many reasons, these include

- In halls you can have your own en-suite 

- In halls there are lots of people locally so you can go out and come back whenever and no one bats an eyelid.

- In halls you have bins provided which as stupid as it seems always have room for your rubbish.

Upon arriving to my new house, I found bin bags outside which hadn’t been collected by the bin men. This surprised me a lot as the estate agent said at the end of the year the property is cleaned professionally and left in an excellent condition. What a great start I thought , it can only get better from here right?

Wrong - but I’ll come back to the negatives.

The property itself is beautiful and in a safe and quiet neighbourhood just a 5 minute walk from the university. 

The bedrooms as you will see from the attached picture are very generous and came fully furnished.

The toilets were nice and clean it’s just a shame we have to share them - 5 of us between 3 toilets is enough though!

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胃痛免煩惱 吞微型機器人對症下藥

(中央社倫敦2016年7月19日綜合外電報導)胃不舒服?何不吞下1個「摺紙」機器人,這種微型機器人不但可以修補傷口、移除異物,還能幫助投藥。

英國「每日郵報」網站(MailOnline)報導,對許多父母來說,孩子吞下不該吞的東西是最可怕的事。

不過,有了麻省理工學院(MIT)開發的1款微型「摺紙」機器人,未來父母可能就不用那麼恐慌了。

這款機器人由可食用的豬腸製成,因為可以折疊再折疊並放進冰塊做成的膠囊中,方便病患吞下,被命名為「摺紙」機器人。

MIT「電腦科學暨人工智慧實驗室」(ComputerScience and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory)指導教授布魯(Daniela Rus)表示:「把機器人吞下並進入你的胃以後,冰塊熔解,機器人就可以展開。」

「然後,我們可精準地導引到它到特定的位置上。」

不過,這種機器人距離真的進入人類或動物體內還有很長的一段路要走,目前研究人員在矽膠製的人造胃中進行實驗。(譯者:中央社許湘欣)

When is big data too big? Making data-based models comprehensible

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From Mary Ann Liebert, Inc./Genetic Engineering News: IMAGE: Big Data, published quarterly online with open access options and in print, facilitates and supports the efforts of researchers, analysts, statisticians, business leaders, and policymakers to improve operations, profitability, …

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