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MIT: Stackable AI Chip With Lego-style Design

New technical paper titled “Reconfigurable heterogeneous integration using stackable chips with embedded artificial intelligence” from researchers at MIT, along with Harvard University, Tsinghua University,...

A new hardware vulnerability found in the Apple M1 chip

Apple’s M1 chip was the first Apple-designed System on a Chip (SoC) developed for use in Macs. Pointer authentication is a function on the...

High-Achieving Black Students from Colorado Receive More than $2 Million in Sachs Foundation Scholarships Over the Past Year

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., May 19, 2022 — The Sachs Foundation, an organization that has provided college scholarships to Black Coloradans since 1931, announced today...

Technical Paper Round-up: May 17

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Eureka Robotics Raises $4.2M for High Accuracy Robots

The company’s product line features robots with high accuracy and high agility (HAHA) capabilities Eureka Robotics, the company behind the IkeaBot (a viral robot that...

Crazy Invention Crossword Puzzle – The future is now

Feature image courtesy of Jetpack Aviation a company with amazing inventions under its belt. We’ve come a long way from the caveman...

From seawater to drinking water – With just a push of a button!

MIT Researchers build a portable desalination unit that generates clear, clean drinking water without the need for filters or high-pressure pumps. MIT researchers have developed...

Covert ops with added science: The Curie Society

Kate Gardner reviews The Curie Society – a comic book by Heather Einhorn, Adam Staffaroni, Janet Harvey and Sonia Liao

The post Covert ops with added science: <i>The Curie Society</i> appeared first on Physics World.

Nanophotonic patterns make scintillators shine brighter

Large increase in light output could lead to better medical imaging

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Why We Should Eliminate Passwords as Passwordless Authentication Is the Future

The computer password has been around for more than 6 decades. The first password can be traced back to 1961 in Massachusetts when a computer at MIT was protected with

The post Why We Should Eliminate Passwords as Passwordless Authentication Is the Future appeared first on Fintech Singapore.

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