What kind of 2022 did Microsoft experience? The company made some big moves during the course of this year, including a gargantuan near-$70 billion acquisition – mired in controversy – and it also brought the first major feature update to Windows 11. Let’s take a deep dive into how Microsoft

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Nanoscale Layer of a Superconducting Material on Top of a Nitride Semiconductor Substrate

Researchers at The University of Tokyo grow a nanoscale layer of a superconducting material on top of a nitride-semiconductor substrate, which may help facilitate the integration of quantum qubits with existing microelectronics. Credit: Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo

Computers that can use quantum mechanics’ “spooky” properties to

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Computer vision is superior to surgeons in identifying spinal implants, shows study
Methodological workflow. From left to right, the process of image cropping, feature detection, feature quantification, model training, and classification is demonstrated. Interbody cages have been covered. Credit: Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine (2022), DOI: 10.3171/2022.11.SPINE221009

Identifying previously placed spinal hardware can be difficult and time consuming when a patient needs revision

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