Novel memristor-enabled computation in memory architecture could revolutionize artificial-intelligence hardware

Artificial intelligence (AI) is revived these years because of the development of deep learning algorithms, which perform excellently in computer vision tasks (e.g. image recognition, detection) and nature language processing (e.g. machine translation, text generation). This is promising to revolutionize our society to enter an intelligent era. However, the fundamental computing hardware still face severe … Read more Novel memristor-enabled computation in memory architecture could revolutionize artificial-intelligence hardware

In leap for quantum computing, silicon quantum bits establish a long-distance relationship

Imagine a world where people could only talk to their next-door neighbor, and messages must be passed house to house to reach far destinations. Until now, this has been the situation for the bits of hardware that make up a silicon quantum computer, a type of quantum computer with the potential to be cheaper and … Read more In leap for quantum computing, silicon quantum bits establish a long-distance relationship

The coolest LEGO ® in the universe

For the first time, LEGO ® has been cooled to the lowest temperature possible in an experiment which reveals a new use for the popular toy. Its special properties mean it could be useful in the development of quantum computing. A world leading team of ultra-low temperature physicists at Lancaster University decided to place a … Read more The coolest LEGO ® in the universe

Deployable human-scale immersive virtual environments?

Imagine being inside Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Collaborative Research Augmented Immersive Virtual Environment Laboratory (CRAIVE Lab), which features a front-projection 360-degree panoramic display to immerse you visually, while 134 loudspeakers render a spatially superb sound. Combined with networks of sensors and controllers, CRAIVE Lab provides its users new modes of interactions between humans and virtual worlds, … Read more Deployable human-scale immersive virtual environments?

Electro-optical device provides solution to faster computing memories and processors

In collaboration with researchers at the universities of Münster and Exeter, Oxford’ scientists have created a first-of-a-kind electro-optical device which bridges the fields of optical and electronic computing. This provides an elegant solution to achieving faster and more energy efficient memories and processors. Computing at the speed of light has been an enticing but elusive … Read more Electro-optical device provides solution to faster computing memories and processors

Molecular eraser enables better data storage and computers for AI

Scientists have added a crucial tool to the atomic-scale manufacturing toolkit with major implications for today’s data driven–carbon intensive–world, according to new research from the University of Alberta in Canada. “Computers today are contributing one gigatonne of carbon emissions to the atmosphere, and we can eliminate that by enhancing the most power-hungry parts of conventional … Read more Molecular eraser enables better data storage and computers for AI

Making the case for qualitative data

Traditionally, socio-environmental synthesis has involved using quantitative, or numerical, data to inform its findings. In a new Nature Sustainability article, however, researchers from the University of Maryland’s National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), make the case for why including qualitative data in socio-environmental (S-E) synthesis could benefit sustainability science, policy, and practice. [ad_336] The article, titled … Read more Making the case for qualitative data

Artificial intelligence driving digital pathology

An upgrade in The University of Queensland’s artificial intelligence capabilities could help to revolutionise pathology laboratories across Australia. Professor Brian Lovell said UQ’s high-performance computer, Weiner, was now able to deliver unprecedented performance for image processing and deep learning algorithms, allowing advancements in digital pathology. “We’ve also managed to run a number of graphics processing … Read more Artificial intelligence driving digital pathology

Indiana University professor receives high performance computing award

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and IEEE Computer Society (IEEE-CS) have named Geoffrey C. Fox of Indiana University Bloomington as the recipient of the 2019 ACM-IEEE CS Ken Kennedy Award. Fox was cited for foundational contributions to parallel computing methodology, algorithms and software, and data analysis, and their interfaces with broad classes of applications. … Read more Indiana University professor receives high performance computing award

UQ-developed text analytics app now available for all

Text analytics software developed by The University of Queensland will be available as a ‘Software as a Service’ product to individual subscribers for the first time. TopicGuide is Leximancer’s new automated approach to text analytics that uses an algorithm developed by former UQ Health and Behavioural Sciences researcher and the company’s chief scientist Dr Andrew … Read more UQ-developed text analytics app now available for all