Coral Springs, FL, July 12, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV will look at the venerable old computer maker, IBM. Once a household name, the company is looking to make a comeback with new concepts in computing. The basic design of a computer has not changed much since the 1940s, and IBM is looking at new, paradigm-shifting ideas, including the abandonment of silicon as the primary base for chips. The traditional silicon chip has been shrunk to its limits, so researchers are looking at using graphene, carbon nanotubes and other materials in its place. The next step in reducing the size of computer components and therefore boosting their processing power is going to be construction of units at the atomic level. That is probably when researchers will crack the barrier to the holy grail of computing: human-like artificial intelligence.
The Viewpoints Industry TV show combs the nation and the globe to bring viewers fascinating business stories and firsthand insights from entrepreneurs within various industries. It covers a variety of topics which affects people from all walks of life. It takes an in-depth look into different professions and offers a stunning view of the smaller cities, towns, provinces, and hamlets throughout North America. The program delves into the important issues with a positive approach in finding solutions.
Viewpoints Industry is available for viewing on regional and national television networks and cable broadcast stations. The producers film in many locations across the U.S.A. and Canada to bring the latest trends and developments in the technology, health, lifestyle and travel industries. Visit the show and its staff on Facebook, tweet it on Twitter and enjoy sample videos on YouTube.