So today we will introduce you top 10 fact about Google that you may not know.
To this question “When was the first computer invented?” we can give a lot of replies due to many different classifications of computers, but one…View More When Was the First Computer Invented?
IBM company has created world’s smallest computer which is just 0.3mm long and is dwarfed by a grain of rice. It was developed by the University of Michigan. The name of this microchip is “microdevice”, it is a tenth of the size of IBM’s 1mm x 1mm computer which was launched just a few months ago at their conference “Think 2018”. Before “microdevice” the smallest computer of the world has been 2x2x4mm Michigan Micro Mote, which could retain its programming and data even when the power is cut off.View More Smallest Computer The World Smaller than Size of a Grain of Rice
Summit or OLCF-4 is a supercomputer developed by IBM for use at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which as of June 2018 is the fastest supercomputer around the world. According to www.olcf.ornl.gov Summit has come to life to solve many inextricable questions such as who we are, our place on earth, and in our universe.View More New Supercomputer “Summit” Solves the Question Who We Are
The Google announced opening of laboratory on quantum researching in the artificial intelligence. The laboratory is organized on the basis of Ames’s Research center of the American space agency NASA in California. Calculations within the project of creating an artificial intelligence will be made on the quantum computer of the Canadian D-Wave Systems. The main objective of researchers is formulated as “studying of opportunities of quantum calculations for performance of problems of machine training”. It is supposed that researchers will take part in the project from all over the world under the direction of noncommercial University association of space researches (USRA). 20 percent of computer time will be provided to the invited scientists.View More Google and D-Wave will create artificial intelligence quantum computer