What is AI inference at the edge?
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What is AI inference at the edge?

The conventional style of using network connectivity in bringing artificial intelligence models to improve performance and efficiency needs some modification to meet the demands from the embedded systems to the automobile industry. Before directly jumping to the role of AI inference at...

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First commercially available superconducting quantum processor
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First commercially available superconducting quantum processor

The Dutch startup QuantWare has announced the launch of the world’s first commercially available superconducting processor for quantum computers (QPU). This is the first time superconducting quantum processors have been made available ‘off the shelf’, and is being seen as a...

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1.8mm High 3D Printed Statue of Liberty from microlight3D
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1.8mm High 3D Printed Statue of Liberty from microlight3D

Microlithography is a very widely used technique for the production of micro-scale devices such as very tiny 3D printing in micrometer scale, semiconductor devices, and many other micro-scale products. French microlithography specialist Microlight3D has 3D printed the world’s smallest...

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Nvidia Announced Reduction in Hash Rates of GeForce GPUs
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Nvidia Announced Reduction in Hash Rates of GeForce GPUs

GeForce GPUs (Graphics Processing Units) designed by Nvidia are intended for the high-margin PC gaming market. GeForce GPUs are highly dominant in the general-purpose graphics processor unit (GPGPU) market due to their exclusive CUDA architecture. CUDA (Compute Unified Device...

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Researchers at the Duke University Developed the World’s First Fully Recyclable Printed Electronics
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Researchers at the Duke University Developed the World’s First Fully Recyclable Printed Electronics

With the increase in demand for wearable electronic devices, the need for flexible, thin, and compact electronic circuits also arises. Wearable devices and many other sophisticated systems need sensors that can be attached to various kinds of surfaces or substrates. Therefore, it is...

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Researchers develop MEMS vibrational energy harvesters for IoT Systems
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Researchers develop MEMS vibrational energy harvesters for IoT Systems

IoT systems are very well known these days as they allow connection and exchange of data through the internet. The Internet of Things (IoT) systems consist of a network of sensors, actuators, software, and other technologies connected. Due to increasing design specifications and the need...

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A Tiny Sensor In GE Development Could Enable Smartphones To Detect COVID-19 Coronavirus
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A Tiny Sensor In GE Development Could Enable Smartphones To Detect COVID-19 Coronavirus

A promising technology is arising in GE's research labs. by Daniel Kruger & Dorothy Pomerantz @ ge.com GE researchers are working on a sensor smaller than a fingertip that could find viruses and pathogens in the air. Led by Radislav Potyrailo, a principal scientist at GE Research...

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Kioxia & Western Digital develop 162-layer 3D-NAND
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Kioxia & Western Digital develop 162-layer 3D-NAND

Kioxia Corporation and Western Digital Corp., today announced that the companies have developed their sixth-generation, 162-layer 3D flash memory technology. Marking the next milestone in the companies' 20-year joint-venture partnership, this is the companies' highest density and most...

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