Researchers from MIT have developed a technique compressing “objects” inside the memory hierarchy to free up bandwidth. This technique enables computer to work on more jobs and run faster, freeing memory simultaneously. An epic procedure packs “objects” in memory out of the blue, opening up more memory for PCs, enabling them to run quicker and perform more tasks all the while, credit Christine Daniloff, MIT. Making Memory Hierarchy That Deals
Recently, researchers developed nanoscale hydrogen batteries using water-splitting technology. Researchers from MITs department of materials science and engineering and MIT Lincoln Laboratory conducted this research. These batteries will deliver faster charging, longer life, and reduce wastage of energy. Moreover, these batteries are likely to adapt physically to unique structural needs and are easy to fabricate at room temperature. At present, water-splitting methods are in use to produce hydrogen for large-scale
Recently, researchers have developed a novel photonic switch capable of controlling the direction of light passing through an optical fiber. Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, achieved the fastest optical switch that has never been achieved before. One-day “traffic cop” will revolutionize the way information travels through high-performance and data centers. The information is widely used for artificial intelligence and other data-intensive applications. Traffic Cop When Connected to Optical
Advent of artificial intelligence (AI) has led to development of machines and systems that supersede human brains. It has opened new doors for data management and analysis with the help of precise statistical data. Researchers are now working on diversifying the applications of AI. The healthcare industry serves as major platform for the adoption and development of AI. However, collecting and analyzing extensive amount of patient data is a challenge
The era of steam passed and the world jumped into modern technologies. Similarly, we are observing a pattern in the robotic as core technologies such as encoders and sensors. This is due to the relatively low cost and reliability of encoders and sensors. Additionally, this is leading to an explosion of robotics applications. In the early 20th century, internal combustion engines were reliable and prices were low. The technology is
Researchers at the Tufts University of the U.S. developed threads for smart clothes that can change color when it encounters gases. The researchers demonstrated the change, which is visible by naked eyes or by smartphone cameras. Mixing these threads in clothing is easy, as they are reusable, washable, and affordable. Thus, thesewill be effective across workplaces military services, and medicals. The study published in the Scientific Reports journal, suggests that
Google Assistant adds another voice to its menu. John Legend’s voice is now available on Google Assistant though for a limited time. That too only in the U.S. Activating John Legend’s voice is easy. To do so, user can ask questions to the Google Home speaker something like, “are you John Legend, or, what your favorite genre of music is.” Nevertheless, responses will continue from the regular list of voices
A new robot made its debut on March 14 at an airport in France. Makers named the robot – Stan. The makers of the robot and airport authorities claim to reduce the hassle and stress of parking the vehicle at the airport. Airport Technology quoted COO at Stanley Robotics the robots will autonomously detect the car. It will slide under it, lift it by wheels, and shift it at the proper place.
Mammals including humans have a limited range of wavelength to see things. It is visible light in the wavelength of a rainbow. However, infrared rays (IR) that have longer wavelength are also present around us. Objects, animals, and people also have the ability to emit infrared rays. A group of scientists from have discovered a technique that gives night vision to humans without any significant side effects, for 8-10 weeks.
FedEx plans to start testing its robot to deliver packages to its customers, with partners from Walmart to Pizza Hut.Various retailers, shippers, and restaurateurs are trying out these bots, self-driving vehicles, and drones to include automation technology. As a result, it might reduce delivery cost of groceries, devices, and a cup of ‘last mile’ coffee to customers’ doorstep. FedEx plans to collaborate with DEKA research and development. Dean Kamen, founder