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Slow-motion video has always been fun to watch, with the best rigs usually shooting on the scale of thousands of frames per second. But now the world's fastest camera, developed by researchers at Caltech and INRS, blows them out of the water, capturing the world at a mind-boggling 10 trillion frames per second – fast enough to probe the nanoscale interactions between light and matter... Co
The United States reclaims the title of having the world's most powerful supercomputer as the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) unveils a machine capable of handling 200,000 trillion calculations per second (200 petaflops). In a ceremony on Friday, June 8, Secretary of Energy Rick Perry introduced Summit, eight times more powerful than ORNL's previous supercomp


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