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DeepSouth: the supercomputer that emulates the human brain

Australian scientists are about to launch DeepSouth, an innovative supercomputer designed to replicate the complexity of the human brain. With 228 trillion synaptic connections per second, this processor aims to emulate the functions of large-scale brain synapses. By April 2024, DeepSouth should reach a processing level comparable to that of the human brain, representing significant progress in neuromorphic computing.

Threads debuts in Europe: the X challenge by Elon Musk

Mark Zuckerberg brings Threads, the new social media microblogging, to Europe, competing directly with the former Twitter of Elon Musk (now X). Users can share short text messages of up to 500 characters, accompanied by photos (up to 10) and videos. However, after a record start in the US, users dropped dramatically by 80%.

Intel unveils Gaudi3 and Core Ultra: new AI chips

Intel presented several superconductors, including Gaudi3, a chip for generative artificial intelligence software. In addition, Core Ultra chips for Windows PCs and new chips for fifth-generation Xeon servers were announced. Both processors include dedicated AI NPU components, improving the execution of AI programs more efficiently.

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