With ctrlX AUTOMATION, Bosch Rexroth has created a world of automation in which the specialist knowledge of companies from various domains is combined for the purpose of co-creation.
UCLA mechanical engineers have designed a new class of material that can learn behaviors over time and develop a “muscle memory” of its own, allowing for real-time adaptation to changing external forces.
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The simple addition of conveyors to existing OHT systems achieves the shorter cycle times due to tighter coupling of tools.
Artificial intelligence presents a major challenge to conventional computing architecture. In standard models, memory storage and computing take place in different parts of the machine, and data must move from its area of storage to a CPU or GPU for processing.
The role of cryogenic wafer probing in applications such as cryogenic quantum computing and supra-conductive CMOS semiconductors, where temperatures near absolute zero are essential, is discussed.
Linköping University is coordinating TAILOR, a EU project that has drawn up a research-based roadmap intended to guide research funding bodies and decision-makers towards the trustworthy AI of the future.
Five-year extension of SCALE workforce initiative aims to restore global lead through education initiatives.
CZI co-founders and co-CEOs Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan and President of Harvard University Lawrence Bacow commemorate new research institute to study natural and artificial intelligence.
The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has signed a cooperative research and development agreement with Google to develop and produce chips that researchers can use to develop new nanotechnology and semiconductor devices.