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The Industrial Internet of Things

The IOT has become so much a part of our daily lives – sometimes, admittedly, in fairly trivial ways. It’s good to be reminded that the IIOT is out there as well, changing the way many industries work.
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What’s brewing with AI?

Research published in Nature Communications described how AI models are being used to find not only how consumers will rate a beer, but also how to make a beer that’s better tasting.
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MIT Tech Review – Breakthrough Technologies for 2024

Each year, the MIT Technology Review takes a look at “promising technologies posed to have a real impact on the world.” And each year I enjoy taking a look through their picks. Not surprisingly, the first technology cited was AI. After all, something AI-related has had a spot on pretty much every future/breakthrough tech list […]
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Battery Progress

Across the boards in the tech world, things do tend to get smaller, faster, cheaper, and smarter. So it has been in the battery world.
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ARM vs. RISC-V

At Critical Link, we spend a lot of time thinking about processors, and some of that thinking is around ARM vs. RISC-V Instruction Set Architectures, or ISA’s, which are basically the go-between between hardware and software.
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Space age technology

I was a science-y, tech-y kid I was, of course, interested in the space program. Science-y, tech-y kids grow up to be science-y, tech-y adults, so naturally, I kept an eye on the February 22 lunar landing of the Odysseus.
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Technology for the Heart

It’s Valentine’s Day, so thoughts naturally turn to matters of the heart. And at Critical Link, that means matters of cardiovascular technology.
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