Issue OverviewCWEurope - August 2014
The hype around data mining may have receded, but it remains a critical discipline for the data scientist. This issue of CW Europe looks at what exactly data mining is, how and when it is used – and why it should not be mistaken for business analytics. Access >>>
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Arctic University warms classrooms with waste datacentre heat
by Archana Venkatraman
Tromso-based university uses liquid-cooled HPC systems to keep students warm by recycling excess datacentre heat, saving €1.7m
Making pancakes: How Russia plans a technology sector to rival Silicon Valley
by Bryan Glick
The Russian government is putting £10bn into the Skolkovo Innovation Centre – an ambitious project to create Russia’s equivalent of Silicon Valley
- Arctic University warms classrooms with waste datacentre heat by Archana Venkatraman
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