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Real URLs for AMP Cached Content Using Cloudflare Workers

Today, we’re excited to announce our solution for arguably the biggest issue affecting Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP): the inability to use real origin URLs when serving AMP-cached content. To allow AMP caches to serve content under its origin URL, we implemented HTTP signed exchanges, which extend authenticity and integrity to content cached and served on behalf of a publisher. This logic lives on Cloudflare Workers, meaning that adding HTTP signed exchanges to your content is just a simple Workers application…

Student team streamlines MU Engineering staff workflow

A team of students created coerequest.missouri.edu for submitting tickets for fiscal, human resources and marketing or communication tasks. In October, MU introduced the College of Engineering’s new administrative work request site – a project largely spearheaded and implemented by a team of students. The core developing group — Yongfang Qing, Joshua Thompson, Han Song, Mason Breece, Benjarit Hotrabhavananda, and Huiming Sun, as well as their supervising faculty Dong Xu and Nick Wergeles of the IT Department — created coerequest.missouri.edu for…

Artificial sensor mimics human sense of touch

A team of researchers have developed an artificial tactile sensor that mimics the ability of human skin to detect surface information, such as shapes, patterns and structures. This may be one step closer to making electronic devices and robots that can perceive sensations such as roughness and smoothness. “Mimicking the human senses is one of the most popular areas of engineering, but the sense of touch is notoriously difficult to replicate,” says Kwonsik Shin, engineer at Korea’s Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute…

Double-bucketing in A/B Testing – Code as Craft

Previously, we’ve posted about the importance we put in Etsy’s experimentation systems for our decision-making process. In a continuation of that theme, this post will dive deep into an interesting edge case we discovered. We ran an A/B test which required a 5% control variant and 95% treatment variant rather than the typical split of 50% for control and treatment variants.  Based on the nature of this particular A/B test, we expected a positive change for conversion rate, which is…

QNNPACK: Open source library for optimized mobile deep learning

Facebook is open-sourcing QNNPACK, a high-performance kernel library that is optimized for mobile AI. The library speeds up many operations, such as depthwise convolutions, that advanced neural network architectures use. QNNPACK has been integrated into Facebook apps, deployed to billions of devices. On benchmarks such as quantized MobileNetV2, QNNPACK outperforms state-of-the-art implementations by approximately 2x on a variety of phones. To bring the latest computer vision models to mobile devices, we’ve developed QNNPACK, a new library of functions optimized for…

MU researchers improving big data approaches for scientists

MU Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Professor Prasad Calyam is the principal investigator on the two-year, $500,000 NSF award titled, “CC* Integration: End-to-End Performance and Security Driven Federated Data-Intensive Workflow Management.” Photo by Markus Spiske. In the era of big data, knowing where to collect all your data and go with all of your data for processing can be a tricky proposition for scientists working in fields where high-performance computing is not their common forte. Some cloud data centers offer…

To see what’s right in front of you, your brain may need some rewiring — ScienceDaily

Life-changing moments are also brain-changing moments: everything from a first kiss to a last goodbye modifies cells within the skull. The capacity to learn and remember, however, extends beyond the profound experiences that we lament or treasure. In fact, a new study led by Rockefeller scientist Charles D. Gilbert suggests that even when we’re not consciously forming new memories, our brains can change in important ways, altering how we interpret and interact with the world. “Some connections in brain are…

Genetic study improves lifespan predictions and scientific understanding of aging — ScienceDaily

By studying the effect of genetic variations on lifespan across the human genome, researchers have devised a way to estimate whether an individual can expect to live longer or shorter than average, and have advanced scientific understanding of the diseases and cellular pathways involved in aging. Their findings were presented at the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) 2018 Annual Meeting in San Diego, Calif. Presenting author Paul Timmers, MRes, a graduate student at the University of Edinburgh, and an…

Why I help Cloudflare grow in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

             Why Cloudflare? I assume responsibility for the DACH region on Cloudflare ( D eutschland, A ustria & Switzerland- CH ) to expand the business of Cloudflare in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The unique mission of Cloudflare to create a better Internet is why I have taken on this responsibility. Today, I can not wait to achieve that goal. Cloudflare helps make 10 million domains faster and more secure by protecting customers against a large number of online attacks while…

Why I help Cloudflare grow in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

             Why Cloudflare? I assume responsibility for the DACH region on Cloudflare ( D eutschland, A ustria & Switzerland- CH ) to expand the business of Cloudflare in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The unique mission of Cloudflare to create a better Internet is why I have taken on this responsibility. Today, I can not wait to achieve that goal. Cloudflare helps make 10 million domains faster and more secure by protecting customers against a large number of online attacks while…