Chipmakers Looking at New Architecture to Drive Computing Ahead

November 23, 2022

The ability to scale current computing designs is reaching a breaking point, and chipmakers such as Intel, Qualcomm and AMD are putting their brains together on an alternate architecture to push computing forward. The chipmakers are coalescing around the new concept of sparse computing, which involves bringing computing to data... Read more…

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IARPA/Army Seek New ‘Clean Sheet’ Computer Architecture for Data Analysis

December 14, 2021

Earlier this month, the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) and the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Army Research issued a call for proposals to build a new computer architecture to handle the growing flood of data. “Clean sheet designs are needed to address today’s era of explosive data growth,” said IARPA AGILE program manager, William Harrod. “ Read more…

US Seeks to Automate Video Analysis

January 16, 2018

U.S. military and intelligence agencies continue to look for new ways to use artificial intelligence to sift through huge amounts of video imagery in hopes of f Read more…

IARPA Investigates Classified as a Service Clouds

August 2, 2017

The rising cost of building secure on premise infrastructure and increasing concerns around security are prompting the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects A Read more…

IARPA Seeks Novel Training Data Sets to Advance Artificial Intelligence

February 22, 2016

Depending upon your perspective Artificial Intelligence is stuck in the doldrums. Its long touted promise has yet to materialize and instead produced boom-bust Read more…

IBM Advances Silicon Photonics, Quantum Computing

May 14, 2015

Engineers at IBM have developed a fully integrated wavelength multiplexed silicon photonics chip, which the company says will soon enable manufacturing of 100 G Read more…

IARPA Seeks Partners in Brain-Inspired AI Initiative

January 22, 2015

US intelligence officials have set in motion a five-year project to spark progress in machine learning by reverse-engineering the algorithms of the human brain. Read more…

How the US Could Achieve Superconducting Supercomputing in Five Years

December 9, 2014

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) has officially commenced a multi-year research effort to develop a superconducting computer as a lo Read more…

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