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Reinventing the Computer With Brain-Inspired Neuromorphic Computing
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Reinventing the Computer With Brain-Inspired Neuromorphic Computing

Brain-inspired neuromorphic computing paves the way forward with new directions in computing hardware, algorithms, architectures, and materials.

Brain-Like Device May Forecast Future of Computer Technology
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Brain-Like Device May Forecast Future of Computer Technology

Researchers at UCLA and Japan's National Institute for Materials Science say their work may revolutionize modern computers.

Meet the Man Behind Japan's Bid to Build the World's Greenest Supercomputer
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Meet the Man Behind Japan's Bid to Build the World's Greenest Supercomputer

Satoshi Matsuoka is leading Japan's Fugaku project, which aims to build one of the fastest and greenest supercomputers in the world.

Machine-Learning Tools Eye Quicker, Cheaper Solar Cell Designs
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Machine-Learning Tools Eye Quicker, Cheaper Solar Cell Designs

Researchers at Iowa State University are developing machine learning tools to help flip the design script and accelerate the development of better solar cells. ...

Team MAVLab Wins $1 Million as Autonomous Drone Racing Champions
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Team MAVLab Wins $1 Million as Autonomous Drone Racing Champions

Team MAVLab, the drone research lab of the Delft University of Technology, won a $1 million cash prize as the leading AlphaPilot team of the 2019 Artificial Intelligence...

Scientists See Useful Defects In Potential New Semiconductor
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Scientists See Useful Defects In Potential New Semiconductor

A research team has reported seeing atomic scale defects in beta gallium oxide that could be useful in the way the semiconductor is deployed and functions.

A Few Cities Have Cornered Innovation Jobs. Can That Be Changed?
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A Few Cities Have Cornered Innovation Jobs. Can That Be Changed?

A report found that 13 innovation industries were mainly sited in a handful of urban areas in the U.S.

The Most Copied StackOverflow Java Code Snippet Contains a Bug
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The Most Copied StackOverflow Java Code Snippet Contains a Bug

The most copied StackOverflow Java code snippet of all time is flawed, the snippet's author says.

Should Santa Deliver by Drone?
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Should Santa Deliver by Drone?

A new routing algorithm anticipates the day trucks and drones cooperate to drop packages at your doorstep quickly and efficiently.

The Rise and Fall of the PlayStation Supercomputers
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The Rise and Fall of the PlayStation Supercomputers

One PlayStation can play a game, but 100 PlayStations can peer into the secrets of the universe.

Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors
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Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has updated the Common Weakness Enumeration list of the 25 most dangerous software errors.

Thermodynamics Could Be the Future of Computing, Researchers Say
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Thermodynamics Could Be the Future of Computing, Researchers Say

As Moore's Law reaches its limits, thermodynamic computing might prove to be the future of the field, says a new report from an international team of 38 researchers...

Sensor Sounds Alarm If Child or Pet Is Left Alone in Vehicle
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Sensor Sounds Alarm If Child or Pet Is Left Alone in Vehicle

A small, inexpensive sensor could save lives by triggering an alarm when a child or pet is left alone in a vehicle.

Researchers to Develop New Robotics for Recycling Centers
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Researchers to Develop New Robotics for Recycling Centers

A team of researchers will use $2.5 million in NSF funding to develop robotics technology that helps recycling center workers sort waste in a safer, cleaner, and...

Researchers Explore Using Computer Simulations to Improve Experiments
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Researchers Explore Using Computer Simulations to Improve Experiments

Penn State researchers will explore integrating computer simulations and experiments to quicken the development of new flexible electronics as part of a four-year...

Gordon Bell Prize Finalists Named
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Gordon Bell Prize Finalists Named

ACM has named two teams as finalists for the prestigious ACM Gordon Bell Prize, both of which use the Summit supercomputer to solve first-principles calculations...

Armoring Satellites to Survive and Operate Through Attacks
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Armoring Satellites to Survive and Operate Through Attacks

Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have launched a seven-year mission campaign to develop the science, technology, and architecture needed to protect satellite...

A Code Glitch May Have Caused Errors In More Than 100 Published Studies
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A Code Glitch May Have Caused Errors In More Than 100 Published Studies

Scientists in Hawaii have uncovered a glitch in a piece of code that could have yielded incorrect results in over 100 published studies that cited the original...

Robots Are Catching Up to Humans in the Jobs Race
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Robots Are Catching Up to Humans in the Jobs Race

A study from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco states that increased adoption of robotics and automation equipment has been a substantial driver of the...

Computer-Assisted Judging Tested at Gymnastics World Championships
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Computer-Assisted Judging Tested at Gymnastics World Championships

Athletes in the 2019 gymnastics world championships were scanned by multiple laser sensors to create a precise, three-dimensional image of their bodies as part...
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