Three big companies — KPMG Australia, Macquarie Group and Microsoft — have said they will support to an experimental project for creating new ways of thinking about artificial intelligence by the Australian National University’s Autonomy, Agency and Assurance Institute (3Ai).
A university developed photonic chip, which you'd think would be visual, is claimed to be able to "harness sound waves to speed up local networks".
International researchers led by some from the Australian National University have invented a tiny camera lens that could lead to a device which can be used to link quantum computers to an optical fibre network.
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Excellent points Sam - Indeed, "by his (Torvalds') standards" ?Really?One supposes the Register author has to pretend they aren't writing[…]
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I was not having a go at you Sam, it is at that white elephant called the NBN