Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Monday, April 22, 2024


New DARPA Director Brings AI Expertise

The Pentagon’s top research agency is extending its technology chops with the appointment of a new director with extensive industry experience in strategic sectors ranging from AI to underlying ...Full Article

U.S. Forms AI Brain Trust

Amid calls for a U.S. strategy for promoting AI development, the Trump administration is forming a senior-level panel to help coordinate government and industry research efforts. The Select Committee ...Full Article

Amazon’s Diversified Patent Portfolio Expanding

Amazon has long eschewed profits, preferring instead to plow capital expenditures into product innovation in sectors ranging from online retail to cloud computing. That aggressive strategy has made it ...Full Article

New Florida Chip R&D Center Targets Sensors

It's been a good month for advanced manufacturing research in the U.S. with an expansion of a government smart manufacturing effort followed this week by a new chip design ...Full Article

The Sweet Spot of Research & Development

Digital manufacturing covers a broad range of technologies and trying to predict their evolution and course can be an uncertain process. As a company, you can forgo the latest ...Full Article

Hyundai Challenges European Automakers at the Nürburgring

<img style="float: left;" src="" alt="" width="95" height="41" />Hyundai has announced a $7.4 million new vehicle test center to be built on Germany's automotive widowmaker: the Nürburgring. The 10,000-square-foot test ...Full Article

Make It in the UK: Brits Target the World

In the UK's heartland, Sheffield City Region is positioning itself to become the manufacturing hub of the world.Full Article

Innovation in the Digital Age

Not long ago the subject of innovation in manufacturing was considered a bit of an oxymoron to many leaders in business and government as they chose not to invest ...Full Article

The Invisible Innovators: What Is the Missing Middle? And Why Do We Need Them?

The manufacturing market is held together by a vitally-important yet often ignored segment, known as the "Missing Middle." The term refers to the roughly 300,000 manufacturers in the US ...Full Article