New Light-Powered AI Chip Tries to Mimic Human Brain
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New Light-Powered AI Chip Tries to Mimic Human Brain

Researchers at RMIT University have developed a new kind of artificial intelligence technology that works by imitating the way a human brain processes visual information. It promises to bring together imaging, processing, machine learning, and memory in one single electronic chip powered...

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Major Breakthrough in Chip Architecture Technology
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Major Breakthrough in Chip Architecture Technology

Keeping in mind the betterment of artificial intelligence and various other CPU intensive workload, EPFL (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) engineers have developed a new single architecture that combining logic operations and data storage. It may hold the potential to lay the...

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New Study shows Rare form of Magnetic and Electrical Property in stack-twisted Graphene
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New Study shows Rare form of Magnetic and Electrical Property in stack-twisted Graphene

A group of scientists at Columbia University and the University of Washington has found unique electronic states along with an uncommon kind of magnetism, can develop in a three-layer graphene structure. The work was inspired by current research studies of twisted monolayers or twisted...

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Graphene Infused Most Sensitive Microwave Sensor
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Graphene Infused Most Sensitive Microwave Sensor

A new microwave radiation sensor with the sensitivity of up to 1 single photon, has been developed by research funded by the US Army and various pristine universities. This sensor is a microwave bolometer that can improve thermal imaging, radio communications, and RADAR by 100,000...

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Flash Graphene Synthesis – Electricity Turns Garbage into Graphene
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Flash Graphene Synthesis – Electricity Turns Garbage into Graphene

Graphene is the thinnest yet one of the most strong materials known to man while being only one atom thick. On top of that, graphene is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity and has remarkable light absorption abilities. It is truly a material that could change the world, with...

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Silicon Photonic SWED Technology Offers Cheaper, High Resolution Ultrasound Dectector
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Silicon Photonic SWED Technology Offers Cheaper, High Resolution Ultrasound Dectector

A group of researchers at the Helmholtz Zentrum München and the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have developed an ultrasound detector, based on silicon photonics and measuring a hundredth the width of a human hair. They claim it is the world's smallest ultrasound detector. Rami...

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Quantum Dots in Medical Science as Cancer Tracer
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Quantum Dots in Medical Science as Cancer Tracer

A huge leap in personalized medicine may come from the use of Quantum dots (QDs) to combat and identify several hard to cure diseases, such as cancer, immunodeficiencies, and neurological disorders. Quantum dots (QDs) are semiconductor nanocrystals with unique photophysical properties....

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Building a Chaotic Oscillator from Common Components
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Building a Chaotic Oscillator from Common Components

Tim's Blog writes: A chaotic oscillator is an electronic circuit that can exhibit “chaotic“, nonperiodic behavior. A commonly cited example is Chua’s circuit, but there are many others. I always regarded these as carefully designed, rather academic, examples. So I was a bit...

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