Room-temperature superconductors could revolutionize electronics

By Massoud Pedram

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The recent announcement by researchers at the University of Rochester of a new material that is a superconductor at room temperature, albeit at high pressure, is an exciting development – if proved. If the material or one like it works reliably and can be economically mass-produced, it could revolutionize electronics.

Like fusion and quantum computing, room temperature super conductors always seem some years off.

Maybe LLM development can work in synergy to make these tech come to full development.

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Like Dagon, I was thinking that we always seem to be on the verge on room temp superconducting.

If we ever do achieve it, a revolution in AI will be more likely, with whatever that implies for mankind.

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