Scientists develop ultra-thin memory storage device 1.5 nanometres thick

Nicholas Fearn
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Collaboration between the University of Texas and Peking University yields device that could be used in AI and robotics

Scientists have developed an ultra-thin memory storage device that, they believe, could pave the way for more powerful computing in the near future. For years, engineers have explored ways to pa...

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