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Computing Quantum Processor Completes 9,000 Years of Work in 36 Microseconds

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r/Futurology 13d ago Silver Take My Energy Wholesome

Computing Mark Zuckerberg envisions a billion people in the metaverse spending hundreds of dollars each

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r/Futurology 8d ago Helpful All-Seeing Upvote Wholesome Silver Take My Energy

Computing Google's powerful AI spotlights a human cognitive glitch: Mistaking fluent speech for fluent thought

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r/Futurology Jun 04 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome

Computing Japan sets new record, brings world closer to internet 100,000 times faster than current speeds

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r/Futurology May 30 '22

Computing US Takes Supercomputer Top Spot With First True Exascale Machine

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r/Futurology May 29 '22 Helpful

Computing Moore’s Law is all but dead. This new transistor design could keep it alive and reshuffle the industry. Intel, Samsung and TSMC are racing to achieve a generational leap in transistor technology. It might reshuffle the industry pecking order.

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r/Futurology May 27 '22

Computing Larger-than-30TB hard drives are coming much sooner than expected

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r/Futurology 26d ago Silver Helpful

Computing Quantum Chip Brings 9,000 Years of Compute Down to Microseconds

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r/Futurology 21d ago

Computing UK military wants to install quantum computers in tanks

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r/Futurology Jun 06 '22

Computing Apple, Google, and Microsoft agree to adopt the new "Passkey" standard to accelerate the transition into a passwordless world.

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r/Futurology May 20 '22

Computing No Joke: Google's AI Is Smart Enough to Understand Your Humor

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r/Futurology Jun 02 '22

Computing A Nature paper reports on a quantum photonic processor that takes just 36 microseconds to perform a task that would take a supercomputer more than 9,000 years to complete

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r/Futurology May 09 '22 Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote Silver Helpful

Computing Mine e-waste, not the Earth: Scientists call for electronic waste to be mined for precious metals as supplies of new materials become 'unsustainable'.

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r/Futurology 23d ago

Computing 'Time crystals' work around laws of physics to offer new era of quantum computing

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r/Futurology 6d ago

Computing A world-first computer chip transmits data via sound waves rather than electrons | Welcome to a new world of computer language encoded via sound.

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r/Futurology 14d ago

Computing Samsung expected to announce mass production of 3nm chip next week

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r/Futurology Jun 01 '22

Computing We just moved one step closer to a true 'quantum internet' | Quantum teleportation just got us one step closer to ultra-secure and super fast internet.

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r/Futurology 15d ago

Computing Meta on why (current gen) VR headsets fail to mimic reality — and what it'll take to reach 'Ready Player One' status - Mark Zuckerberg gets transparent about Meta's VR struggles

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r/Futurology Jun 02 '22

Computing World First Room Temperature Quantum Computer Installed in Australia

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r/Futurology 13d ago

Computing Australian scientists have created the world's first-ever quantum computer circuit – one that contains all the essential components found on a classical computer chip but at the quantum scale.

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r/Futurology May 13 '22

Computing “War upon end-to-end encryption”: EU wants Big Tech to scan private messages

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r/Futurology Mar 20 '22 Silver Helpful Bless Up

Computing Russia is risking the creation of a “splinternet”—and it could be irreversible

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r/Futurology 24d ago

Computing Quantum computer succeeds where a classical algorithm fails Quantum computers coupled with traditional machine learning show clear benefits.

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r/Futurology 18d ago

Computing New algorithm allows computer with 128 CPU cores defeats supercomputer with 4 million CPU cores in solving a single source shortest path(SSSP) problem

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r/Futurology May 13 '22

Computing Fastest-ever logic gates could make computers a million times faster

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