The company said on Thursday that it had working samples of chips with seven-nanometer transistors. It made the research advance by using silicon-germanium instead of pure silicon in key regions of the molecular-size switches.
Moore’s Law still applies, apparently.
In Cognitive Cooking with Chef Watson, IBM’s unprecedented technology and ICE’s culinary experts present more than 65 original recipes exploding with irresistible new flavors. Together, they have carefully crafted, evaluated and perfected each of these dishes for “pleasantness” (superb taste), “surprise” (innovativeness) and a “synergy” of mouthwatering ingredients that will delight any food lover.
Haven’t read this, but I definitely will.
Or, IBM’s list of five innovations that will change our lives in the next five years. Some lofty predictions, but given the pace at which everything is evolving, I wouldn’t bet against them.