MIT, ETH Develop Scheme to Boost On-package DRAM Performance 50%

October 24, 2017

It’s no secret memory-to-processor bottlenecks have become a chief obstacle in boosting computer performance. Recent efforts to place DRAM onto chip packages Read more…

MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab Targets Algorithms, AI Physics

September 7, 2017

Investment continues to flow into artificial intelligence research, especially in key areas such as AI algorithms that promise to move the technology from speci Read more…

By George Leopold

MIT Programmers Attack Big Data Memory Gap

September 15, 2016

Among the computing challenges presented by big data is the scattering of unstructured items across huge datasets. Pulling together that data from arbitrary loc Read more…

By George Leopold

Gazing into Computational Biology’s Crystal Ball

August 23, 2016

Sorting out computational biology’s future is tricky. It likely won’t be singular. First-principle, mechanistic simulation has so far proven challenging but Read more…

By John Russell

MIT’s Multicore Swarm Architecture Advances Ordered Parallelism

July 21, 2016

A relatively new architecture explicitly designed for parallelism – Swarm – based on work at MIT has shown promise for substantially speeding up classes of Read more…

By John Russell

MIT Researchers Uncover New Way to Turn Electricity into Light

June 15, 2016

Work by MIT researchers reported in Nature Communications this week suggests a potentially new way to turn electricity into light using the carbon compound grap Read more…

By John Russell

Gravitational Waves Detected! Historic LIGO Success Strikes Chord with Larry Smarr

February 12, 2016

By now you’ve likely heard that scientists reported detecting the long-sought gravitational waves; this is roughly a 100 years since their prediction by Einst Read more…

By John Russell

Artificial Intelligence Pioneer Marvin Minsky Dies at 88

January 26, 2016

“Marvin Minsky, who combined a scientist’s thirst for knowledge with a philosopher’s quest for truth as a pioneering explorer of artificial intelligence, Read more…

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