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AI Fuses With Quantum Computing in Promising New Memristor
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AI Fuses With Quantum Computing in Promising New Memristor

Quantum device points the way toward an exponential boost in "smart" computing capabilities.

These are The 5 Most In-Demand Cloud Computing Jobs in 2022
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These are The 5 Most In-Demand Cloud Computing Jobs in 2022

Unlike sectors such as hospitality, the cloud computing industry continued to grow in 2020 and onwards. But it's not stopping there.

Researchers Develop Innovative 3D-Printing Technology for Glass Microstructures
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Researchers Develop Innovative 3D-Printing Technology for Glass Microstructures

An international team of researchers has developed a three-dimensional printing process for glass microstructures.

Rethinking Rare Earth Elements
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Rethinking Rare Earth Elements

Researchers are looking to untapped sources—from fertilizer waste to printed circuit boards—to solve the environmental and supply chain problems of rare earth elements...

'Tamper-Evident Container' Will Snitch if Anyone Tries to Meddle with What's Inside
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'Tamper-Evident Container' Will Snitch if Anyone Tries to Meddle with What's Inside

A team of researchers three-dimensionally (3D)-printed a prototype Tamper-Evident Container designed to record attempts to break into it.

Power Use Reveals Harmful Chips Hidden on Circuit Boards
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Power Use Reveals Harmful Chips Hidden on Circuit Boards

A circuit board's power consumption can reveal malicious tampering designed to facilitate Trojan attacks to steal sensitive data or crash a device when triggered...

AF2Complex: Researchers Leverage Deep Learning to Predict Physical Interactions of Protein Complexes
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AF2Complex: Researchers Leverage Deep Learning to Predict Physical Interactions of Protein Complexes

Researchers built a deep learning model to predict the biologically active structure of proteins and protein complexes.

Ancient Namibian Gemstone Holds Key to Future Quantum Computers
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Ancient Namibian Gemstone Holds Key to Future Quantum Computers

Hamid Ohadi of the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of St Andrews said: "Making a quantum simulator with light is the holy grail of science."

Magnetic Snoops Plunder Deep Learning's Secrets
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Magnetic Snoops Plunder Deep Learning's Secrets

Even the smallest window of opportunity for snooping cab pose a threat to the intellectual property and privacy of neural architectures.

Driverless Cars Can Be Tricked into Seeing Red Traffic Lights as Green
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Driverless Cars Can Be Tricked into Seeing Red Traffic Lights as Green

Researchers at China's Zhejiang University found driverless cars could be fooled into seeing red traffic lights as green.

Quantum Computing Ambition: Japan Aims for 10 Million Users by 2030
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Quantum Computing Ambition: Japan Aims for 10 Million Users by 2030

Japan has unveiled plans to bring its first domestic quantum computer online by next March, and to have 30 million users by 2030.

Tool Could Predict How at Risk Your Job is From Automation
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Tool Could Predict How at Risk Your Job is From Automation

Scientists  have designed an algorithm to predict the extent to which specific occupations are at risk from automation.

Hospital Robot Vulnerabilities Promptly Caught, Killed
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Hospital Robot Vulnerabilities Promptly Caught, Killed

Researchers at New York-based cybersecurity startup Cynerio identified five zero-day vulnerabilities affecting Aethon TUG smart autonomous robots used in hospitals...

Web Surfing that Feels Instantaneous, Even Though It's Not
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Web Surfing that Feels Instantaneous, Even Though It's Not

Researchers have developed a design for a speed-of-light Internet network across 120 U.S. cities.

7-Foot-Tall Robots Watch for Unmasked Travelers, Curbside Loiterers
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7-Foot-Tall Robots Watch for Unmasked Travelers, Curbside Loiterers

Two seven-foot-tall robots have been deployed at Dallas Love Field Airport in Dallas, TX, to assist and monitor passengers.

Quantum Secure Communication Breakthrough for China Scientists
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Quantum Secure Communication Breakthrough for China Scientists

Technology inventor achieves new transmission distance of 100km, and says it is suitable at shorter distances for audio calls and texts.

How Apple's Monster M1 Ultra Chip Keeps Moore's Law Alive
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How Apple's Monster M1 Ultra Chip Keeps Moore's Law Alive

By combining two processors into one, the company has squeezed a surprising amount of performance out of silicon.

Robot Subscription Services Let Companies Automate on the Cheap
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Robot Subscription Services Let Companies Automate on the Cheap

The robots-as-a-service model is gaining ground as companies increasingly automate amid the pandemic, worker shortages, and surging demand.

Quantum Datacenter Intranet Advances
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Quantum Datacenter Intranet Advances

While these breakthroughs must be considered proofs of concept, they demonstrate the pieces of future quantum datacenters are coming together, says independent...

Google Bans Apps With Hidden Data-Harvesting Software
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Google Bans Apps With Hidden Data-Harvesting Software

Google has pulled dozens of applications from its Google Play store amid researchers' findings that they contain software that secretly harvests data.
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