Microsoft gained some ground in the quantum computing race today by announcing it was using its technology to advance medical imaging beyond the capabilities of today’s computers. The Redmond company, through a partnership with Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), will bring HoloLens technology to a new form of MRI called Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting (MRF). In order to do so, the company’s quantum computing division will develop quantum-inspired algorithms capable of processing greater amounts of data than is typically feasible with traditional computers . Microsoft announced the collaboration in a blog post today, explaining why quantum technology was necessary for MRF:… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Hololens,Microsoft
According to dtac accelerate Managing Director Sompoat Chansomboon, the standard of this batch’s participants is “remarkably improving” Thailand-based accelerator programme dtac accelerate announced the 11 startups that have made it into the sixth batch of their programme last week in Bangkok. Selected out of 25 teams, the startups are set to receive seed funding between […]
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A European Parliament meeting on Tuesday with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will be broadcast live, parliamentary officials and the company said on Monday after controversy over plans for a closed-door hearing.