The embedded computers used to control industrial machinery are starting to talk among themselves – and it's a process that could change the way we program managing systems.
IBM’s vice president of innovation Dr Bernard Meyerson wants to change the future. Not simply in the direction of IT, but in using computers to sidestep traffic gridlock, deadly diseases, and energy blackouts.
Design teams are trying to find ways to overcome the apparently random nature of electronic interference.
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