Artificial intelligence

artificial intelligenceAdvance to Controlling one to a Few Hundred Atoms at Microsecond Timescales Using AI Control of Electron Beams

The work should lead to control one to a few hundred atoms at microsecond timescales using AI control of electron beams. The computational/analytical framework developed in this work are general and can further help develop techniques for controlling single-atom dynamics …

businessHewlett Packard Enterprise Has Bought Cray and Will Push to ExaFLOP Supercomputers

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has bought Cray Supercomputers. Cray Research was started in 1972 by the legendary supercomputer expert Seymour Cray. HPE and Cray want to lead in the Exascale era. The promise of Exascale is more than a single …

5gMore Than Trade War – Full Tech War With 5G Blacklisting

Trump is banning China’s Huawei in 5G. US companies will not sell components for China’s 5G. Qualcomm, Micron and other companies will not be selling to Huawei. Cisco is a big winner and is up 6.6% today. This is more …

businessDoes China Threaten America’s Dominance of Technology Unicorns?

China has consistently remained in the headlines recently as the back and forth between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping continues. Discussions about imports, tariffs and the ongoing trade war have attracted the majority of the attention, but there’s …

businessChina’s Plans to Match US Economic and Tech Power and Vie for Economic Influence

China continues to move ahead on military modernization. China is on track to have per capita income at about 25% of US levels in 2030 which would be at about the level of Eastern Europe. The richest areas like Shanghai, …

physicsActual Error Rates and Success Rates for Noisy Quantum Computers

Current Noisy Quantum Computers have success rates of 3% to 90% depending upon the type of program or algorithm. A new quantum compiler will improve the success rates by an average of 3 times and up to 18 times.