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Quantum Computers Getting Closer with DOE Commitment to Fund 

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor  New developments seem to be moving quantum computing closer to real life, even though its impact on AI is little understood. Software development for...

Feds Investing $1B to Fund 12 New AI Institutes 

By AI Trends Staff   The federal government is increasing its investment in AI research, with the announcement on August 26 of over $1 billion of...

How Quantum Computing is Being Piloted for Practical Applications

By AI Trends Staff Quantum computing for general-use machines is believed to be a long way off, but savvy...

Creative People Using AI to Explore New Territory

By AI Trends Staff Human thought has always been central to creativity. This has been true through development of printing presses, gramophones, cameras, camcorders, typewriters,...

Quantum Computing with AI Seen Helping to Advance IoT

By AI Trends Staff While still in a development stage, quantum computing is starting to advance into a new era, where it is poised to...

Quantum Computing Research Gets Boost from Federal Government

By AI Trends Staff The US federal government is investing heavily in research on quantum computing, and AI is helping to boost the development. The White...

Quantum Computing: Advancing Beyond Dreaming Stage

Quantum computing – that sci-fi stuff that turns entangled molecules into computing digits – is drawing ever closer to reality. In September, leading companies including...

Here Are Reasons Tech Giants Like Google & IBM Are Rushing...

Quantum computing is all set to go beyond labs into the cloud – tech giant Google announced Bristlecone, a quantum processor which will provide a provide a testbed...

Advancing Quantum Computing Brings Promise and Threats

Digital computing has some serious limitations.  While the technology advances made over the past few decades are impressive such as smaller footprints, faster processors,...

Intel unveils Loihi neuromorphic chip, chases IBM in artificial brains

Intel has announced what it calls the first-of-its-kind self-learning neuromorphic chip, named Loihi, which it says will get smarter over time and enable extremely...