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Electron Spin Dance: New Memory Material Jives With AI

(Stanford University, May 6) As artificial intelligence (AI) technologies have become more complex, the demand for computing power has increased rapidly. To meet this demand, new and energy-efficient hardware designs are needed. Researchers at Stanford University, led by Shan Wang, have discovered a new material called magnesium palladium three that could revolutionise computer memory storage and make AI work faster and use less energy.


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