Neuromorphic Computing: How the Brain-Inspired Technology Powers the Next-Generation of Artificial Intelligence
Brain-inspired computing for Machine Intelligence emerges as neuromorphic chips after over 30 years it was first developed.
The firm resold the iPhones, iPads and Watches it was hired to disassemble.
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Amazon Echo 10 automatically follows users around the room, and will ship later this year for $250.
Researchers at Samsung and UNIST in collaboration with Graphene Flagship develop ultrathin boron nitride films for new electronics.
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The villagers lost broadband every morning because of an extremely old TV.
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Apple's event debuted updates for the new Apple Watch and iPad Air, including a new iOS and iPadOS.
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