The computational expense of creating three-dimensional images that can be viewed by all is just one factor holding them back…
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Researchers at the University of Technology Sydney in Australia say they will soon unveil a quantum-era programming environment at the UTS Center for Quantum Software...Computerworld Australia From ACM TechNews | February 13, 2017
An artificial intelligence system called Libratus has gained the upper hand against human poker players in the first week of a 20-day tournament in Pittsburgh.
...Computerworld From ACM TechNews | January 20, 2017
A non-volatile memory technology based on carbon nanotubes could be more disruptive to enterprise storage, servers, and consumer electronics than flash memory when...Computerworld From ACM TechNews | January 13, 2017
University of Tokyo researchers have developed a thin-film electronic display that can be laminated onto a person's body without the wearer knowing it is there. ...Computerworld From ACM TechNews | April 21, 2016
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers say they have built a three-dimensional printer capable of building objects with 10 photopolymer materials.Computerworld From ACM TechNews | August 26, 2015
Researchers are developing a lightweight, unpowered exoskeleton that fits over the lower leg, which they say could reduce the energy used to walk by 7 percent. Computerworld From ACM TechNews | April 13, 2015
Scientists at the University of Bristol have developed robotic pants with built-in artificial muscles designed to aid the elderly or people with disabilities. Computerworld From ACM TechNews | March 2, 2015
Descendants of the Intel 8080 microprocessor, which gave rise to the personal computer industry, promise to lead to further computer technology evolution. Computerworld From ACM TechNews | January 12, 2015