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10/1/2009 02:00 AM EDT
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re: Updated: Nvidia announces next-gen graphics chip
Les Slater   10/4/2009 6:47:43 PM
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Already cameras can wait till someone is smiling to commit image to memory. With architectures like this maturing maybe a cameras could recognize who is in the photo and include that info in the data. Like much past technology, even what we now call supercomputers can migrate to personal, miniature, useful and fun gadgets. We just have to find the applications and the software means of realizing them. The architectures will also evolve as our experience and the number of transistors grow.

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