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Surprising Mechanical Lessons About Predicting Innovation Success

Thomas Thurston from WR Hambrecht Ventures gave this talk at the Stanford HPC Conference. “For a century, corporate innovators, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists have had to rely on their instincts when deciding which strategies to pursue, and where to invest for growth. Now data science is turning human instinct on its head with powerful decision technologies that are giving rise to counter-intuitive discoveries about market behavior and predicting innovation success. Learn how venture capital firm WR Hambrecht is using big data and machine learning to better identify growth opportunities, predict new business success and rewrite the rules of innovation.”

Registration Opens for Stanford HPC Conference Virtual Event

Registration is now open for the Stanford HPC Conference. The two day ‘condensed’ agenda combines thought leadership and practical insights on HPC, AI, Data Science and much more. The virtual event takes place April 21-22. “The Stanford High Performance Computing Center in collaboration with the HPC-AI Advisory Council invite you to join the annual Stanford Conference as an entirely virtual experience.”

HPC User Forum to Explore AI-HPDA Use In Banking and Investment Firms

Today Hyperion Research announced high-profile speakers from major banking and investment firms will highlight the agenda at the next HPC User Forum. Thomas Thurston, CTO of WR Hambrecht Ventures, and Brad Spiers, executive director at JP Morgan Chase will deliver keynote talks at the event, which takes place March 30-April 1 in Princeton, New Jersey. “The HPC User Forum meeting will also feature talks by U.S. and international experts on exascale computing and architectures, massive-scale analytics, AI for cyber operations, cancer research, fusion energy, seismology, HPC for small businesses, cloud computing, and quantum computing, along with technical updates from HPC vendors.”