It’s time to take my regular summer break from writing The Morning Paper – normal service will resume again on Monday 6th August. I’ll be topping up my paper backlog and scouting out interesting research during the break. If you’ve seen any great papers I haven’t already covered and that you think ‘The Morning Paper’ readers would enjoy, please do send them my way.
In the meantime, here are a few picks from papers we’ve covered this term in case you missed any of them. (In order of publication on the blog)
- Darwin – hardware/software co-design FTW.
- NetChain – blazingly fast in-network coordination service
- Beamer – rethinking the load balancer
- Semantics and complexity of GraphQL
- Measuring the tendency of CNNs to learn surface statistical irregularities
- zkLedger privacy preserving ledgers with full support for independent auditing
- DeepTest – testing tactics for DNNs (in this case, in the context of autonomous driving)
- Deep code search – joint embeddings enabling natural language queries return code snippet results
- EnclaveDB – protecting data in-memory, not just in-transit and at-rest.
Many thanks to all of you that follow along and support the blog – the accountability keeps me sticking at it when I’m snowed under, and the joy of sharing great research wouldn’t be the same without you!