Editor's take: Like almost everyone in tech today, we have spent the past year trying to wrap our heads around "AI". What it is, how it works, and what it means for the industry. We are not sure that we have any good answers, but a few things have been clear. Maybe AGI (artificial general intelligence) will emerge, or we'll see some other major AI breakthrough, but focusing too much on those risks could be overlooking the very real – but also very mundane – improvements that transformer networks are already delivering.
The next iteration of Nvidia's DLSS technology has landed and today we're checking out what DLSS 3.5 is and taking a closer look at ray reconstruction, which has been integrated into Cyberpunk 2.0.
The days when GPUs were only used for graphics rendering in games are long gone. Join us as we look at how the processor became the dominant chip in compute and AI.
Over the last 30 years, the PC has utterly transformed in appearance, capability, and usage. From the hulking beige boxes to an astonishing array of powerful, colorful, and astonishing computers.
Editor's take: I was one of the lucky few who got to attend Apple's WWDC keynote presentation in person, and also got to try the new Apple Vision Pro headset for a 25-minute hands-on, er, heads-on demo. The experience was very good – as it certainly should be for a product that's going to cost a whopping $3,499 – but it was also a bit more similar to other devices I've tried over the years than I initially expected it to be.
While chiplets have been in use for decades, today they are the hottest trend in processor tech and at the cutting edge of technology, with millions of people worldwide using them in desktop PCs, workstations, and servers.
Significant advances have been made in the technology that powers self-driving cars in the last decade, but there's still further to go. We dive into the current state of self-driving cars in 2023.