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China’s quantum satellite achieves two new milestones

China's quantum satellite has achieved two new milestones in long-distance quantum communications through space,  blowing away the competition. Chinese researchers have already demonstrated, during June 2017, that their satellite 'Micius' could send entangled quantum particles to far-flung locations on Earth. Entangled particles have their properties remaining intertwined despite being separated

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MarsScience

Life will be a constant struggle on Mars

Ace physicist Stephen Hawking gives humanity 1,000 years on Earth before it is wiped out—and 100 years to get out and colonize other planets. Such talk, and, of course, the quintessential human yearning for exploration and discovery, has fueled the search for alternative homes. Every now and then, reports of

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Artificial IntelligenceIBM TrueNorth Neurosynaptic systemNeural NetworksSupercomputingTechnology

IBM and the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop an AI based supercomputer inspired by the human brain

IBM and the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) announced recently that they are collaborating on a neural network based supercomputing system, which is powered by a 64-chip array of the IBM TrueNorth Neurosynaptic System. This scalable platform will feature an end-to-end software ecosystem designed to enable deep neural-network learning

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