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Researchers at the University of Southampton have developed a way to record and retrieve data on the fifth dimension. The process involves using light to read information on nanostructured glass. The data files can last billions of years and are being used to store the most influential documents of our civilization to preserve our memory long after we are gone. (via U of Southampton)   Our civilization is obsessed with understanding and uncovering the past. Much of what we know about past ...
Researchers at Switzerland’s ETH Zurich successfully made the world’s smallest optical network switch. At one-atom in size, it may revolutionize network infrastructure in only a few years’ time. (via ETH)   In order to keep up with the increasing rate of data transmission, a team of Swiss researchers at ETH Zurich recently developed the world’s smallest optical network switch. It measures on the atomic scale and is actually smaller than the wavelength of light neede ...
I have been working on a new interface board for the Jetson TK1 embedded supercomputer called the Jetduino. It makes it very easy to build robots that can use the parallel processing capabilites of the NVIDIA GPU for vision and neural neural networks.   The Jetduino mounts above the Jetson and has a small connector that fits in the 2mm J3A connectors. A Raspberry Pi GPIO ribbon cable then connects it to the Jetduino. It has mounting points for a 2.5" HD, wireless antennas, a large proto- ...

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