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Nvidia sees massive datacentre compute growth, says networking is next

Nvidia has reported a record quarter in its datacentre division, which posted revenue of $19.4bn, up 427% from a year ago. The company said the results reflect higher shipments of the Nvidia Hopper GPU computing platform used for training and inferencing with large language models, recommendation engines and generative AI (GenAI) applications. Overall, the company…

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Countdown to the robot uprising begins with the first humanoid AI butlers

There’s a lot of talk about how AI will overthrow humanity. Whether you believe in the doom and gloom of AI and robots or not, there’s been a lot of cool and a lot of terrifying developments in robotics and artificial intelligence in recent years. I’m not quite sure where this latest development falls, though,…

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Tesla recalls over 125,000 cars for another seat belt issue

A rough year for Tesla just got worse. This week, the carmaker issued a recall of over 125,000 Model S, Model X, Model 3, and Model Y vehicles due to yet another seat belt issue. According to a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recall report, the seat belt warning system isn’t working as intended…

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TSMC’s System-on-Wafer Platform Goes 3D: CoW-SoW Stacks Up the Chips

TSMC has been offering its System-on-Wafer integration technology, InFO-SoW, since 2020. For now, only Cerebras and Tesla have developed wafer scale processor designs using it, as while they have fantastic performance and power efficiency, wafer-scale processors are extremely complex to develop and produce. But TSMC believes that not only will wafer-scale designs ramp up in…

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Construction on the first EV charging highway will start this month

Purdue University and the Indiana Department of Transportation are coming together for quite the partnership. The two groups will band together to create the first EV charging highway, and construction on a test segment will start this month.According to the news post shared on Purdue University’s website, the highway testbed will be built on U.S.…

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Tesla owners get a month of the company’s Full Self-Driving Beta for free

Buckle up, buckaroos. Every Tesla around you might be driving itself over the next month if Elon Musk has anything to say about it. So, keep an eye on all of those Teslas surrounding you on the highway over the month of April.Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta has been around for years now and has yet…

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Tenstorrent Licenses RISC-V CPU IP to Build 2nm AI Accelerator for Edge

Tenstorrent this week announced that it had signed a deal to license out its RISC-V CPU and AI processor IP to Japan’s Leading-edge Semiconductor Technology Center (LSTC), which will use the technology to build its edge-focused AI accelerator. The most curious part of the announcement is that this accelerator will rely on a multi-chiplet design…

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The Vision Pro Tesla Autopilot we didn’t need is already here

The Apple Vision Pro launched only on Friday and we already have a video of someone using the spatial computer while driving a Tesla Cybertrick with Autopilot engaged.That might be how we drive cars in a few years: Use head-mounted computers while the car takes us to our destination. But it’s absolutely not the way to…

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AMD Unveils XA Versal AI Edge and Ryzen Embedded V2000A For Automotive

With CES 2024 fast approaching, AMD has announced two new products designed to enhance user’s experience in the automotive sphere. The first is the XA Versal AI Edge series, their first 7 nm device to be automotive qualified, with a new AI engine and vector processor array designed to drive safety and improve LiDAR, radar,…

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IT Sustainability Think Tank: Tracking the green IT hiring trends in 2023

Awareness and acceptance of IT sustainability issues have been steadily growing within the enterprise over the past year. Meanwhile, the skyrocketing accusations and evidence of greenwashing have served a positive purpose, in that they reveal both a strong interest in creating a sustainable brand and perception on behalf of corporations, and a significant lack of…

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