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GIST and Norma collaborate to construct Korea’s first ‘Quantum AI Computing Center’

Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST, President Lim Ki-cheol) announced on the 14th that it signed a business agreement with quantum expert Norma (CEO Jeong Hyeon-cheol) to construct Korea's first quantum artificial intelligence...

Apple WWDC: Unleashing the Power of AI and Spatial Computing with Groundbreaking Updates

The recent Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) showcased significant updates across Apple's platforms, introducing recent features and enhancements designed to raise user experience and developer capabilities. The event highlighted advancements in AI, updates to...

A crossroads for computing at MIT

On Vassar Street, in the guts of MIT’s campus, the MIT Stephen...

The Next Generation of Tiny AI: Quantum Computing, Neuromorphic Chips, and Beyond

Amidst rapid technological advancements, Tiny AI is emerging as a silent powerhouse. Imagine algorithms compressed to suit microchips yet able to recognizing faces, translating languages, and predicting market trends. Tiny AI operates discreetly inside...

Startup accelerates progress toward light-speed computing

Our ability to cram ever-smaller transistors onto a chip has enabled today’s...

Bridging the Gap Between AI and Neuromorphic Computing

Within the rapidly evolving landscape of artificial intelligence, the search for hardware that may keep pace with the burgeoning computational demands is relentless. A major breakthrough on this quest has been achieved through a...

System combines light and electrons to unlock faster, greener computing

Computing is at an inflection point. Moore’s Law, which predicts that the...

Armando Solar-Lezama named inaugural Distinguished College of Computing Professor

The MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing named Armando Solar-Lezama because...

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