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Automatic For The People: CacheQ’s New Compiler for Multithreaded Executables

In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, CacheQ CEO Clay Johnson joins me to discuss their new compiler for multi-threading acceleration for CPUs with multiple physical cores and why there is a need for a heterogenous compute development environment specifically for software developers. Also this week, I take a closer look at new self-healing, re-configurable, and recyclable stretchy skin-like circuits developed by Virginia Tech Department of Mechanical Engineering and the Macromolecules Innovation Institute.

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Links for August 6, 2021

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CacheQ’s New Compiler Supports Multi-Threading CPU Acceleration, Enables Software Developers to “Write Once, Accelerate Anywhere”

Unbroken: New soft electronics don’t break, even when punctured (Virginia Tech)

Self-healing liquid metal composite for reconfigurable and recyclable soft electronics (communications materials)

 

 

 

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