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Oct 15, 2016

IEEE Reboots, Scans for Future Architectures

Posted by in categories: computing, information science, quantum physics, solar power, sustainability

If there is any organization on the planet that has had a closer view of the coming demise of Moore’s Law, it is the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Since its inception in the 1960s, the wide range of industry professionals have been able to trace a steady trajectory for semiconductors, but given the limitations ahead, it is time to look to a new path—or several forks, to be more accurate.

This realization about the state of computing for the next decade and beyond has spurred action from a subgroup, led by Georgia Tech professor Tom Conte and superconducting electronics researcher, Elie Track called “Rebooting Computing,” which produces reports based on invite-only deep dives on a wide range of post-Moore’s Law technologies, many of which were cited here this week via Europe’s effort to pinpoint future post-exascale architectures. The Rebooting Computing effort is opening its doors next week for a wider-reaching, open forum in San Diego to bring together new ideas in novel architectures and modes of computing as well as on the applications and algorithm development fronts.

According to co-chair of the Rebooting Computing effort, Elie Track, a former Yale physicist who has turned his superconducting circuits work toward high efficiency solar cells in his role at startup Nvizix, Moore’s Law is unquestionably dead. “There is no known technology that can keep packing more density and features into a given space and further, the real issue is power dissipation. We just cannot keep reducing things further; a fresh perspective is needed.” The problem with gaining that view, however, is that for now it means taking a broad, sweeping look across many emerging areas; from quantum and neuromorphic devices, approximate computing, and a wide range of other technologies. “It might seem frustrating that this is general, but there is no clear way forward yet. What we all agree on is that we need exponential growth in computing engines.”

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Oct 15, 2016

Cyber War Between CIA and Russia

Posted by in category: futurism

Welcome to the new battlefield.

After Russian hackers breached Clinton’s emails, Obama administration is now threatening a cyber war with Russia.

According to an exclusive NBC report,

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Oct 15, 2016

Teen claims he makes $5K a WEEK illegally buying credit card details

Posted by in category: cybercrime/malcode

No job, no money techie = no problem because you have the Dark Web.

‘New Zealand Wolf of Wall Street’, 19, makes $5000 a week by using credit card details he fraudulently acquires online. With the stolen money, he lives a life normally reserved for Hollywood movies. (stock)

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Oct 15, 2016


Posted by in category: augmented reality

Cannot wait to get mine.

This Video is an end times update, showing the latest end times events that occurred on August 26–29 2016. Child Soldiers, Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Flooding, Outbreaks, Demon Attacks and Gay Propaganda in the news. Events are happening on a daily basis that prove we are in the End Times.

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Oct 15, 2016

These industrial robots teach each other new skills while we sleep

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

It takes days to reprogram an industrial robot. With artificial intelligence, it could take only a few hours.

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Oct 15, 2016

Google Creates New, Smarter AI

Posted by in categories: computing, robotics/AI

My guess is there is some QC help in this picture.

Artificial neural networks — systems patterned after the arrangement and operation of neurons in the human brain — excel at tasks that require pattern recognition, but are woefully limited when it comes to carrying out instructions that require basic logic and reasoning. This is a problem for scientists working toward the creation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems capable of performing complex tasks with minimal human supervision.

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Oct 15, 2016

Brain-fixing injectable wires will soon be tested on humans

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, computing, health, neuroscience

Could this finally help suppress and maybe even eliminate MS, Dystonia, Parkinson and other central nervous system disfunctions?

Last year, a team of Harvard University researchers revealed that they created a wire mesh doctors can inject into the brain to help treat Parkinson’s and other neurological diseases. They already successfully tested it on live mice, but now that technology is ready for the next stage: human testing. The mesh made of gold and polymers is so thin, it can coil inside a syringe’s needle and doesn’t need extensive surgery to insert. Once it’s inside your head, it merges with your brain, since the mesh has spaces where neurons can pass through.

A part of it needs to stick out through a small hole in your skull so it can be connected a computer. That connection is necessary to be able to monitor your brain activity and to deliver targeted electric jolts that can prevent neurons from dying off. By preventing the death of neurons, which triggers spasms and tremors, the device can be used to combat Parkinson’s and similar diseases. Eventually, the wire mesh could come with an implantable power supply and controls, eliminating the need to be linked to a computer.

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Oct 15, 2016

For the First Time, Researchers Bridge Quantum Computers on a Single Chip

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics

Luv it and not surprised since we have proven we can make QC scalable and Google’s new QC Device launches in 2017.

Maybe building a full-scale quantum computer is just a matter of linking a bunch of small ones.

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Oct 15, 2016

Scientists claim to have discover what existed BEFORE the beginning of the universe

Posted by in categories: cosmology, information science, mathematics, quantum physics


There are many scientific and non-scientific varieties of the answer about what came before Big Bang. Some say there was literally nothing and some say a black hole or a multiverse. But now a group of mathematicians from Canada and Egypt have analyzed some cutting edge scientific theory and a complex set of equations to find what preceded the universe in which we live. Their research paper has been published in Nature.

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Oct 15, 2016

Diamonds aren’t forever: Sandia, Harvard team create first quantum computer bridge

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, computing, nanotechnology, quantum physics

Another article on the QC advancement; however, as I told folks synthetic diamonds are key plus the crystalized formation are proven to be very useful not only in QC processing; but also for the light-based (Quantum) networking. I see this only the beginning (as we have seen with Synthetic DNA data storage) for synthetic gem crystalize formations in their usage in technology. Hoping folks are checking out the 3D Printers creating these synthetics because we truly are on the path of seeing our world transform to new levels never imagined.

Abstract: By forcefully embedding two silicon atoms in a diamond matrix, Sandia researchers have demonstrated for the first time on a single chip all the components needed to create a quantum bridge to link quantum computers together.

“People have already built small quantum computers,” says Sandia researcher Ryan Camacho. “Maybe the first useful one won’t be a single giant quantum computer but a connected cluster of small ones.”

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