Facial recognition for the 2020 Olympic games
Intel announced that it is partnering with a broad array of partners to drive the future of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 with groundbreaking technology.
Agenda Announced for Printed Electronics USA 2019
The agenda has just been announced for the 16th annual Printed Electronics USA event taking place in Santa Clara, California, on November 20 & 21. This is the world's largest event on flexible, hybrid & printed electronics. Printed Electronics USA is part of the IDTechEx show, which brings together seven key disruptive technologies and their customers in one venue.
The next step in robotic industrial inspection
Named ANYmal C, this robot is optimized for industrial inspection tasks where it can provide high availability, safety, and reliability for automated routine inspections with a wide range of sensors.
New EEMBC benchmark targets machine learning inference on edge devices
EEMBC, an industry consortium that develops benchmarks for embedded hardware and software, announced the release of MLMark™, the first Machine Learning benchmark specifically designed with commercial applications in mind.
Intel's AI chip delivers breakthrough results
Intel has announced that an 8 million-neuron neuromorphic system comprising 64 Loihi research chips — codenamed Pohoiki Beach — is now available to the broader research community. With Pohoiki Beach, researchers can experiment with Intel's brain-inspired research chip, Loihi, which applies the principles found in biological brains to computer architectures.
New AI programming language goes beyond deep learning
General-purpose language works for computer vision, robotics, statistics, and more.
Get ready for the 5G revolution
EXTENDED VERSION - Nations and industry are preparing for the opportunities 5G investment will bring, says Dr Luyun Jiang, IDTechEx technology analyst on 5G.
As featured in the 5G Report by Raconteur distributed in 'The Times'
Cambridge spin-out starts producing graphene at commercial scale
A recent University of Cambridge spin-out company, Paragraf, has started producing graphene - a sheet of carbon just one atomic layer thick - at up to eight inches (20cm) in diameter, large enough for commercial electronic devices.
Quantum computing: from the qubit to a commercial reality
Quantum computers have been a dream for over 40 years, which comes from harnessing the laws of quantum physics to process information. IDTechEx technology analyst Dr Luyun Jiang explores the future possibilities of this technology, based on her findings at CES 2019.
Why Tesla Bought the Supercapacitor World Leader
Tesla needs to excel in the much broader range of energy storage technologies needed for Class 8 trucks down to Tesla 3 cars to retain uniquely long range for the price.