When we first caught up with BandLab – a cloud-based music creation and collaboration platform – the project was in its infancy. A lot has happened since early 2013, so a catchup is long overdue.
The neural networks behind recent AI advances are powerful things, but they need a lot of juice. Engineers at MIT have now developed a new chip that cuts neural nets’ power consumption by up to 95 percent, potentially allowing them to run on battery-powered mobile devices.
New Bristlecone processor could deliver ‘quantum supremacy’ over traditional computing, researchers hope.
Why buy a finished Android Auto head unit when you can hack one together with a Raspberry Pi 3?
Here is a selection of single board computers for homebrew projects and automation, with prices starting at only $5.
We’re used to receiving data wirelessly, and wireless power is also starting to make its way into devices. Now, researchers from North Carolina State University (NCSU) have developed a system that can combine the two, wirelessly transmitting both data and power simultaneously from a distance.
Introducing the finalist teams competing for the $15 million Global Learning XPRIZE. Teams from around the world have worked to develop open-source and scalable software that will enable children in developing countries to teach themselves basic reading, writing and arithmetic skills within 15 months. We look forward to their groundbreaking solutions and the journey ahead as they begin field testing.
A new chip can transmit data much faster than the fastest internet available today. Here’s how it works.
Australian researchers have designed a new type of qubit – the building block of quantum computers – that they say will finally make it possible to manufacture a true, large-scale quantum computer.
Quantum computers based on the twisting pathways of moving particles have so far lived only in theory – the particles they would rely on might not even exist.