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May 19, 2024

3 Companies Already Working on the Next Phase of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Posted by in categories: business, quantum physics, robotics/AI, supercomputing

These businesses are building tech that could exceed the abilities of today’s AI.

The field of artificial intelligence is still in its early years, yet several businesses are already working on technology that can become the foundation for AI’s future. These companies are developing quantum computing systems capable of processing mountains of data in seconds, which would take decades for a conventional computer.

Quantum machines can execute multiple computations simultaneously, accelerating processing time, while typical computers must process data in a linear fashion. This means quantum systems can evolve AI beyond the abilities of the most powerful supercomputers, enabling AI to drive cars and help find cures to diseases.

May 19, 2024

Protein assembly research shows molecular roll of the dice delivers winning combinations

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Australian researchers have shed light on the shape-shifting capabilities of protein assemblies, with results that could revolutionize fields from biomanufacturing to vaccine development.

May 19, 2024

World First Imaging of Radioactive Cesium Atoms in Environmental Samples

Posted by in category: particle physics

Utsunomiya explained:

It was incredibly exciting to see the beautiful pattern of Cs atoms in the pollucite structure, where about half of the atoms in the image correspond to radioactive Cs.

He continued: “this is first time humans have directly imaged radioactive Cs atoms in an environmental sample. Finding concentrations of radioactive Cs high enough in environmental samples that would permit direct imaging is unusual and presents safety issues. Whilst it was exciting to make a scientific world first image, at the same time it’s sad that this was only possible due to a nuclear accident.”

May 19, 2024

A New Study Says Quantum Entanglement May Be Reversible

Posted by in category: quantum physics

So… what does that mean for the laws of physics?

May 19, 2024

ChargePoint debuts the fiercely powerful Megawatt Charging System for electric trucks

Posted by in categories: energy, information science, transportation

ChargePoint’s (NYSE: CHPT) new Megawatt Charging System for commercial electric trucks is capable of dispensing enough energy to power around 1,000 homes.

Hossein Kazemi, ChargePoint’s CTO for hardware, said, “Megawatt charging solves one-half of the electrification equation for trucking. The companies developing electric trucks can now leverage this infrastructure to test and enable their vehicles until they meet – or even exceed – the distances covered by internal combustion trucks.”

The Megawatt Charging System cable and connector will be available on ChargePoint’s Power Link 2000 stations, part of its modular Express Plus DC fast charging platform.

May 19, 2024

Scientists May Have Found a Particle Made of Pure Force

Posted by in category: particle physics

The fabric of the universe just got much more intriguing with evidence of the elusive glueball.

May 19, 2024

China’s first large-scale sodium-ion battery charges to 90% in 12 minutes

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

China’s first major sodium-ion battery energy storage station is now online, according to state-owned utility China Southern Power Grid Energy Storage.

The Fulin Sodium-ion Battery Energy Storage Station entered operation on May 11 in Nanning, the capital of the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region in southern China. Its initial storage capacity is said to be 10 megawatt hours (MWh). Once fully developed, the Station is expected to reach a total capacity of 100 MWh.

The state utility says the 10 MWh sodium-ion battery energy storage station uses 210 Ah sodium-ion battery cells that charge to 90% in a mindblowing 12 minutes. The system comprises 22,000 cells.

May 19, 2024

Next-Gen Loongson 8-Core CPUs To Feature Performance On Par With Intel’s 12th Gen Core i7 & Core i5 Chips

Posted by in category: computing

Loongson has revealed that its next-gen CPUs will be able to match Intel’s 12th Gen Core i7 & Core i5 CPUs, propelling the domestic Chinese PC market to new heights.

Loongson CEO States Up To 50% Performance Increase Possible On Next-Gen 8-Core CPUs, Reaching Intel 12th Gen Levels

During an interview with Loongson’s CEO, Hu Weiwu, with local Chinese media, it was highlighted that the upcoming CPUs from the chipmaker are going to be a major upgrade. Currently, Loongson offers its 8-core 3A6000 CPU which offers performance close to Intel’s 10th Gen & AMD’s Zen 2 core architectures. The company also recently previewed its 3B6600 and 3B7000 CPUs for PCs that use an 8-core design and are built on the same process node as the 3A6000 CPUs.

May 19, 2024

Researchers Develop Inexpensive Technology for Detecting Lead in Water

Posted by in categories: computing, sustainability

The chip-scale device could provide sensitive detection of lead levels in drinking water, whose toxicity affects 240 million people worldwide.

May 19, 2024

AMD Announces Mass-Production Of The Alveo V80 Compute Accelerator, $9495 Price Tag

Posted by in category: computing

AMD has announced mass production of its Alveo V80 compute accelerator, the firm’s newest HPC product targeted at memory-intensive workloads.

AMD’s Alveo V80 Targets Memory-Intensive HPC Workloads Through Heterogeneous Integration Courtesy of Versal HBM

The Alveo V80 was a silent announcement by AMD, but it does indeed pack a punch. This card targets catering to mid-tier workloads that are heavily dependent on memory utilization and expects to witness massive adoption in the fields of HPC, Networking, and Storage Applications. The FPGA-based accelerator looks to make strides in the industry through its competitive performance and the price tag it comes with, which we’ll discuss later.

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