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May 22, 2024

Report: Apple Met With TSMC to Secure All of Its Upcoming 2nm Capacity

Posted by in category: futurism

Apple could once again be hoping to lock its competitors out of the market, at least for a little while.

May 22, 2024

This Interactive Museum Concept Lets You Experience Sound Paintings

Posted by in categories: media & arts, particle physics

In February, we covered a curious setup that allows you to control digital particles in real time by blowing air into a sensor, created by visual artist Steven Mark Kübler. But what if you had a whole museum of such unusual interactive artworks?

This is what Kübler has been wondering as well. He presented a concept of a room filled with sound paintings manipulated with viewers’ actions. You can see him blowing on the sensor to make particles in a tank-like container splash and part like water. The experience was created using Arduino’s controller and the TouchDesigner visual development platform.

May 22, 2024

The Number of Smartphone Users Quadrupled From 2014 to 2023

Posted by in categories: innovation, mobile phones

In this pivotal Spring 2024 edition of “The Xsolla Report: The State of Play,” Xsolla delves into the evolving dynamics and innovations shaping our industry, emphasizing the burgeoning realm of mobile gaming.

May 21, 2024

TSMC mass produces Tesla’s Dojo AI training tiles, eying 40x power boost by 2027

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

TSMC has started producing Tesla’s next-generation Dojo AI training tiles with its InFO_SoW (Integrated Fan-Out System-on-Wafer) technology, aiming for a 40x increase in computing power by 2027 with a more complex wafer-level system, according to company sources.

May 21, 2024

Is a Dyson Sphere Possible and Why Would Aliens Build One

Posted by in category: futurism

An exploration of the various Dyson sphere and swarm concepts and their practicality. My Patreon Page: / johnmichaelgodier My Event Horizon Channel: / eventhorizonshow Music: Cylinder Eight by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. Cylinder Five by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. Space Xplorers by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.–… Darkest Child by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.–… Intermission in D by Miguel Johnson

May 21, 2024

Nicoll-Dyson Beams: Weaponizing Stars

Posted by in category: space

Continuing our look at Dyson Spheres we examine the concept of the Nicoll-Dyson Beam, a type of advanced weapon that uses the output of an entire sun to create a laser that can strike target across the galaxy.

May 21, 2024

Strongest sign of alien found: The search for life beyond earth

Posted by in category: alien life

The search for life beyond Earth is really just getting started, but science has an encouraging early answer: there are plenty of planets in the galaxy, many with similarities to our own. But what we don’t know fills volumes. Observations from the ground and from space have confirmed thousands of planets beyond our solar system.

May 21, 2024

Functionalization of Polymer Networks for Diverse Applications

Posted by in categories: chemistry, computing, engineering, internet

While silicon has been the go-to material for sensor applications, could polymer be used as a suitable substitute since silicon has always lacked flexibility to be used in specific applications? This is what a recent grant from the National Science Foundation hopes to address, as Dr. Elsa Reichmanis of Lehigh University was recently awarded $550,000 to investigate how polymers could potentially be used as semiconductors for sensor applications, including Internet of Things, healthcare, and environmental applications.

Illustration of an organic electrochemical transistor that could be developed as a result of this research. (Credit: Illustration by by Ella Marushchenko; Courtesy of Reichmanis Research Group)

“We’ll be creating the polymers that could be the building blocks of future sensors,” said Dr. Reichmanis, who is an Anderson Chair in Chemical Engineering in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Lehigh University. “The systems we’re looking at have the ability to interact with ions and transport ionic charges, and in the right environment, conduct electronic charges.”

May 21, 2024

New crystal production method could enhance quantum computers and electronics

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics

In a study published in Nature Materials, scientists from the University of California, Irvine describe a new method to make very thin crystals of the element bismuth—a process that may aid the manufacturing of cheap flexible electronics an everyday reality.

May 21, 2024

Project Astra demo | Solving math problems

Posted by in categories: mathematics, robotics/AI, space

Watch Project Astra factorise a maths problem and even correct a graph. All shot on a prototype glasses device, in a single take in real time.

Project Astra is a prototype that explores the future of AI assistants. Building on our Gemini models, we’ve developed AI agents that can quickly process multimodal information, reason about the context you’re in, and respond to questions at a conversational pace, making interactions feel much more natural.

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