IBM has launched Artificial Intelligence Unit– Ready to replace CPU for deep learning training
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IBM has launched Artificial Intelligence Unit– Ready to replace CPU for deep learning training

IBM believes that computing power and AI models have grown exponentially, but the supporting hardware to train them and run them on servers in the cloud or edge devices hasn’t advanced. IBM Research AI Hardware Center has decided to launch an application-specific integrated circuit...

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Grillo, IBM and Linux to accelerate deployment of open source earthquake early warning (EEW) detection systems
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Grillo, IBM and Linux to accelerate deployment of open source earthquake early warning (EEW) detection systems

Earthquakes are shifts or vibrations in the earth's crust caused by a sudden release of violent energy and the effects that come with them, especially with the large ones, can be devastating. The earlier citizens are warned ahead of its occurrence, the better their chances of...

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A circuit board from the Saturn V rocket, reverse-engineered and explained
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A circuit board from the Saturn V rocket, reverse-engineered and explained

Ken Shirriff writes on his blog: In the Apollo Moon missions, the Saturn V rocket was guided by an advanced onboard computer system built by IBM. This system was built from hybrid modules, similar to integrated circuits but containing individual components. I reverse-engineered a...

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Google Bristlecone, The Race To Quantum Supremacy
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Google Bristlecone, The Race To Quantum Supremacy

On Monday, March 05, 2018, research scientists from the Google Quantum Al lab whose goal is to build a quantum computer that can be used to solve real-world problems, presented their latest quantum processor called Bristlecone at the annual American Physical Society meeting in Los...

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IBM just unveiled the ‘world’s smallest computer’
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IBM just unveiled the ‘world’s smallest computer’

by Paul Miller @ theverge.com The computer is 1mm x 1mm, smaller than a grain of fancy salt, and apparently costs less than ten cents to manufacture. To be clear, the picture above is a set of 64 motherboards, each of which hold two of this tiny computer. IBM claims the computer has...

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ICECool – An Intra-Chip Cooling System That Is More Efficient
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ICECool – An Intra-Chip Cooling System That Is More Efficient

In the Moore’s Law race to keep improving computer performance, the IT industry has turned upward, stacking chips like nano-sized 3D skyscrapers. But those stacks have their limits, due to overheating. Researchers from IBM have solved this problem by developing an intra-chip...

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A 5nm GAAFET Chip By IBM, Samsung & GlobalFoundries
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A 5nm GAAFET Chip By IBM, Samsung & GlobalFoundries

In less than two years since making a 7nm test node chip with 20 billion transistors, scientists have paved the way for 30 billion switches on a fingernail-sized chip. IBM with its Research Alliance partners, GlobalFoundries and Samsung, have unveiled their industry-first process that...

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