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    Google’s ‘Magenta’ assignment will see if AIs can actually make art

    Google’s subsequent foray into the burgeoning world of synthetic intelligence might be a creative one. The employer has previewed a new attempt to teach AI structures to generate tune and artwork calledMagenta. it’ll launch officially on June 1st, but Google gave attendees at the annual Moogfest music and tech competition a preview of what’s in […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Oculus’ DRM could have unintentionally helped VR piracy

    Oculus’ latest software program update that locked exclusive video games to its hardware has already been circumvented. On Friday, Oculus implemented adjustments that — amongst other things — delivered“platform integrity checks.” these checks disabled use of a popular device called Revive that let Rift-handiest titles play on HTC’s Vive. Over the weekend, the crew at […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Polls soon for Electronics City authority

    Electronics City Industrial Township Authority, Karnataka’s first and only such hub, completed three years recently after being conferred the status of “authority” in 2013. The stage is now set for the first ever polls to elect members to the ECITA council as the first batch of members soon after the constitution of the authority were nominated […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Samsung Electronics Expands 750 EVO SSD with Worldwide Availability and Increases Capacity to 500GB

    SEOUL, South Korea–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., an expert provider of advanced memory solutions for more than three decades, today announced worldwide availability of the 750 EVO solid state drive (SSD) in 120GB, 250GB and an all new 500GB capacity. The 750 EVO SSDs provide mainstream consumers and PC builders with an efficient migration path […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Making Electronics from Unrefined Coal

    A sample of pulverized coal with several test devices made by MIT researchers. (Image courtesy of MIT.) Engineers are aiming to change the way coal is used by repurposing it from combustible fuel into electronic devices for a variety of industries, including energy, aviation and healthcare. Even though coal has been one of the most […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Regina Barzilay named Delta Electronics Professor

    Regina Barzilay has been appointed the Delta Electronics Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT. The appointment recognizes Barzilay’s leadership in the area of human language technologies and her outstanding mentorship and educational contributions. “Professor Barzilay is internationally known in the fields of natural language processing and computational linguistics, and is widely respected […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Electronics hub: acquisition blues haunt land owners

    The joy of Valluru Lalithamma knew no bounds when she received a hefty compensation for land acquisition, but it turned out to be short-lived. The unlettered widow of V. Subbaiah, hailing from Jinkalamitta village in Yerpedu mandal of Chittoor district, parted with 4.5 acres for the Electronic Manufacturing Cluster coming up near the international airport, […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Attosecond physics: A switch for light-wave electronics

    Atoms in silicon dioxide are hit by the light wave, causing the electrons around each atom to oscillate. At the end of the cycle the absorbed energy is returned to the light wave. Recording the temporal evolution of the light field allows the first real-time observation of attosecond-scale electron motions within solids. Image: Christian Hackenberg […]

  • ELECTRONICS
    Rs 17,000-cr worth projects cleared for electronics manufacturing

    Government has cleared 69 projects envisaging investment of Rs 17,112 crore out of the Rs 1.2 lakh crore-worth proposals received under the electronics manufacturing scheme till date. “69 out of about 160 proposals under the MSIPS (Modified Special Incentive Package Scheme) have been cleared. Total investment committed in these projects is Rs 17,112 crore,” IT […]