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Breathe cleaner air at home with the Samsung Bespoke Cube Smart Air Purifier. This smart gadget boasts a quiet, Wind-Free design that pulls in air from 5 directions to clean it rapidly and intensively, even in large areas. The ultrafine purification system allows this cool air purifier to remove 99.999% of dust 0.01 µm in size. Meanwhile, the 3-way smart discharge moves clean air in multiple directions. And allergy sufferers can rejoice because this modern air purifier even comes with an extra filter that can trap pet fur and dander. What’s more, the Samsung Bespoke Cube Smart Air Purifier has a designer-inspired aesthetic. It comes in a compact shape and optional herringbone design. Purchase it in either the Gray or Deep Green color option; it’s going to look great in your home regardless. Finally, this cool gadget allows you to monitor...

Cadence Collaborates With Samsung Foundry to Accelerate Hyperscale Computing SoC Design for Process Nodes Down to 4nm

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SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: CDNS) today announced that it has optimized the Cadence® digital 20.1 full flow for Samsung Foundry’s advanced-process technologies down to 4nm. Through the collaboration, designers can use the Cadence tools to achieve optimal power, performance, and area (PPA) and deliver accurate, first-pass silicon for hyperscale computing applications. The Cadence digital 20.1 flow provides capabilities that are well-suited for Samsung Foundry’s advanced-process technologies. For example, the iSpatial technology allows a seamless transition from the Genus™ Synthesis Solution to the Innovus™ Implementation System using a common user interface and database. Machine learning (ML) capabilities enable users to leverage their existing designs to train the GigaOpt™ optimization...

Researchers design a biological device capable of computing by printing cells on paper

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Stamping process with cellular inks. Credit: UPF. The Research Group on Synthetic Biology for Biomedical Applications at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, Spain, has designed a cellular device capable of computing by printing cells on paper. For the first time, they have developed a living device that could be used outside the laboratory without a specialist, and it could be produced on an industrial scale at low cost. The study is published in Nature Communications and was carried out by Sira Mogas-Díez, Eva Gonzalez-Flo and Javier Macía. We currently have many electronic...

Why Design Firms Are Increasingly Turning to Cloud Computing

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The chief technology officer of SOM explains how cloud computing can enhance collaboration and help architects be present throughout a building's life. Technology is changing the world as we know—and design—it. But have architects and designers unlocked the full potential of cutting-edge digital tools? In this series of comments, practitioners with a visionary approach examine some of the most influential and disruptive tech today—like blockchain technology, VR/AR/MR, spatial computing, machine learning, and cloud computing—and envisage their impact on the practice of architecture and interior design tomorrow. The changes they describe, while forecasts, will likely come to fruition, driving the way we plan, work, and create. Consider this a glimpse of the not-so-distant future. Illustration by Ori Toor Architecture, engineering,...