A completely new kind of non-von-Neumann processor called a HIVE (Hierarchical Identify Verify Exploit) is being funded by the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) to the tune of $80 million over four-and-a-half years. Chipmakers Intel and Qualcomm are participating in the project, along with a national laboratory, a university and a defense
CS Digest Section: Computing Trends
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After grading itself on its 2016 vision, IEEE Computer Society has plunged into technology predictions for 2017 and for the next five years by 2022.