UC Berkeley’s atom thin display paves the way for truly invisible displays

UC Berkeley’s atom thin display paves the way for truly invisible displays

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF We’re traditionally used to displays being bulky and stiff, but increasingly scientists are finding new ways to create new types of displays that break the status quo, and which will open up millions of new use cases, from health monitoring to way beyond.   We’ll...

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Rigetti combines Quantum computing with Machine Learning to boost AI

Rigetti combines Quantum computing with Machine Learning to boost AI

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Tomorrow’s ultra powerful Quantum Computers could revolutionise the direction and development of future AI’s, and companies are making some interesting breakthroughs.   While many of Quantum computing’s practical applications remain largely unknown, with, arguably, only our imagination being the limit of what we can do...

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