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  • Toward mass-producible quantum computers - Dirk (6461 bytes) (2017-05-27)
  • Artificial intelligence and quantum computing aid cyber crime fight - Shannon Bond (7615 bytes) (2017-05-27)
  • Big Data Reshapes Silicon - Rick Merritt (2561 bytes) (2017-05-27)
  • Researchers push forward quantum computing research - Jelena (3540 bytes) (2017-05-22)
  • Family TV viewing and SMS texting could help cut internet energy use - Lancaster University (4973 bytes) (2017-05-18)
  • Conductive paper could enable future flexible electronics - American Chemical Society (1704 bytes) (2017-05-18)
  • Faster, smaller, more powerful computer chips: Hafnia dons a new face - University of Kentucky (6283 bytes) (2017-05-17)
  • Internet of things made simple: One sensor package does work of many - Carnegie Mellon University (3818 bytes) (2017-05-17)
  • Physics may bring faster solutions for tough computational problems - Zhi-Cheng Yang (4423 bytes) (2017-05-15)
  • New self-sustained multi-sensor platform for environmental monitoring - Ulsan National Institute of Science and (4641 bytes) (2017-05-10)
  • Quantum computing now closer to reality with new materials - Stanford School of Engineering (6056 bytes) (2017-05-10)
  • X-ray imaging and computer modeling help map electric properties of nanomaterial - Argonne National Laboratory (4836 bytes) (2017-05-09)
  • Refrigerator for quantum computers discovered - Aalto University (3079 bytes) (2017-05-09)
  • How a Chinese diamond experiment may help crack one of the world’s toughest code - stephen chen (4876 bytes) (2017-05-08)
  • p~pValleytronicsp~p advancement could help extend Moorep~ps Law - University at Buffalo (4391 bytes) (2017-05-05)
  • Supercomputers assist in search for new, better cancer drugs - University of Texas at Austin (9165 bytes) (2017-05-05)
  • First one bit chemical memory unit: The p~pchitp~p - Institute of Physical Chemistry of the P (6944 bytes) (2017-05-05)
  • Open-source chip mimics Linuxp~ps path to take on closed x86, ARM CPUs - Agam Shah (4560 bytes) (2017-05-04)
  • Device allows users to manipulate 3-D virtual objects more quickly - North Carolina State University (2997 bytes) (2017-05-01)
  • Interview: Artificial intelligence to interconnect islands of automation: expert - Xinhua (2432 bytes) (2017-04-28)
  • AI Predicts Heart Attacks Better Than Doctors - Abhilasha Belani (3024 bytes) (2017-04-28)
  • Success in recognizing digits and monosyllables with high accurary from brain ac - Toyohashi University of Technology (2575 bytes) (2017-04-25)
  • Writing programs for random circuitry in quantum computers - University of Bristol (1979 bytes) (2017-04-19)
  • Energy-efficient computing: Damping gives a faster switch - A*STAR (3039 bytes) (2017-04-18)
  • Tool checks computer architectures, reveals flaws in emerging design - Princeton University (10568 bytes) (2017-04-14)
  • Research group works toward devising topological superconductor - Cornell University (4111 bytes) (2017-04-13)
  • Tool for checking complex computer architectures reveals flaws in emerging desig - Princeton University (10243 bytes) (2017-04-13)
  • Software system connects devices for the Internet of Things - Technische Universität Kaiserslautern (4177 bytes) (2017-04-10)
  • Ultra-thin multilayer film for next-generation data storage and processing - National University of Singapore (4547 bytes) (2017-04-10)
  • Putting a spin on logic gates - American Institute of Physics (4473 bytes) (2017-04-10)
  • Melding Mind and Machine: How Close Are We? - University of Washington (9436 bytes) (2017-04-10)
  • Driver privacy can be compromised in usage-based insurance systems - Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (1842 bytes) (2017-04-07)
  • In the future, we will control our mobiles using gestures - Linnaeus University (2419 bytes) (2017-04-06)
  • Streamlining mass production of printable electronics - AIP (4478 bytes) (2017-04-06)
  • A big leap toward tinier lines - David L. Chandler (5471 bytes) (2017-03-30)
  • A faster single-pixel camera - Larry Hardesty (6715 bytes) (2017-03-30)
  • Flexible electronic devices with roll-to-roll overmolding technology - Technical Research Centre of Finland (2459 bytes) (2017-03-29)
  • How graphene could cool smartphone, computer and other electronics chips - Todd B. Bates (4203 bytes) (2017-03-28)
  • Psychologists enlist machine learning to help diagnose depression - Aaron Dubrow (7115 bytes) (2017-03-28)
  • Kiwi scientists tackle GPS accuracy from Earth wobbles - DELWYN DICKEY (2952 bytes) (2017-03-28)
  • New machine learning technique provides translational results - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2885 bytes) (2017-03-23)

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