In a recent patent, Intel describes a mechanism which allows GPU and CPU systems to access resources and process functions from a single program depending on the requirements.
No, its not another Westworld theory. A chip named Loihi, designed in Intel’s labs was recently presented in a study outlining its features and the potential of its architecture. It doesn't work exactly like an artificial neural network (ANN) but more like a spiking neural network (SNN). SNN is defined by the researchers as: “a… Continue reading Loihi, a neuromorphic chip made to think like you.
A recent patent showed up, for an omnidirectional optical sensor array. It basically portrays a CMOS sensor, whose individual light sensing modules are forming a sphere. It also describes a circuit that automatically renders the information and assembles a file that is easily digestible by a computer, making the files less demanding on the processor… Continue reading Spherical CMOS sensor being developed.
Being able to measure various variables at any time conveniently and gathering the data online is great and in such a future we will be able to monitor health, diagnose disease and prevent adverse outcomes of those diseases very easily. In a recent patent whose diagrams are shown in this post, by Fitbit Inc ,… Continue reading Fitbit working on a blood pressure sensor for their wearable devices.