Back in July, Applied Materials announced that we’d been selected by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop technology for AI. At the core of this project are the efforts of Applied Materials, Arm and Symetrix to develop a correlated electron switch. This of course begs the question, “what the heck is a correlated electron?”
As a firm believer in the power of the arts to transcend boundaries, open minds and captivate the imagination, Applied Materials is proud to support local arts and culture festivals, including the upcoming San Jose Jazz Summer Fest, the Luna Park Chalk Art Festival and Shakespeare in the Park.
There is no place like CES to see the most exciting new and future displays. Beyond traditional technologies like television, displays also featured prominently in many of the big trends at the show: AI, automotive, VR, IoT and connectivity.
At the inaugural Tech for Global Good Celebration, five innovators were honored for applying technology to address critical human needs, and author and philanthropic activist Khaled Hosseini received the James C. Morgan Global Humanitarian Award.
At the upcoming IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) to be held in San Francisco from December 2-6, Applied Materials technologists will be among the world’s foremost semiconductor industry experts gathered to present on the latest research breakthroughs. Applied will showcase how solutions in our R&D pipeline can enable multiple technology inflections shaping the future.