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krisi
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Re: two stories
krisi   10/8/2013 10:41:03 AM
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Although I am a hardware guy I think the key is teh software...see IBM Watson expert system

rick merritt
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Re: two stories
rick merritt   10/8/2013 12:30:28 AM
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@Krisi: Yeah, this was planned news from the first day of an annual IMEC press tour I am on.

One center underlines how complex litho has become, highlighting the problems ahead to make advanced chips

The other center shows we are just at the beginning of what we can do with computers in medicine, highighting the need for smaller, fasdter, cheaper chips--and better software!

krisi
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two stories
krisi   10/7/2013 6:07:18 PM
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Two very different stories Rick, litho and computing...the only commonality is IMEC



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