2019-03-05 - Rick Merritt

ISSCC 2019: 9 Innovative Demos

Nine demos I saw at last month’s International Solid-State Circuits Conference showed engineers innovating in AI, robotics, memory, 5G and…

2019-02-28 - Youval Nachum

Smart Video Surveillance Might be Listening

In security applications, you want to be able to ignore normal behaviors and be alerted to anomalies, so there is…

2019-02-27 - Sufia Tippu

India Semiconductor Hardware Industry Needs a Robust Eco-System: IESA

The India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA) has signed an MoU with MeitY to focus on strengthening the industry's start-up…

2019-02-26 - George Leopold

Supercomputers to Simulate Battlefield Conditions

Weapon complexity and the attendant costs along with a shortage of weapon test ranges are forcing military planners to rely…

2019-02-25 - Nitin Dahad

On-Chip Analytics to ‘See’ into Complex ML, AI Chips

Heterogeneous multicore chips are becoming increasingly common, particularly in enabling the ML and AI technologies required in leading-edge applications such…

2019-02-20 - Rick Merritt

AI Revolution is Just Getting Started

Tomorrow’s neural nets will be more dynamic and sparse, using new kinds of basic primitives such as dynamic, irregular graphs.

2019-02-13 - George Leopold

Geopolitical Instability Pushing Advances in C4ISR

A market watcher sees steady reductions in electronics size, weight and power requirements.

2019-02-12 - Mary E. Shacklett

Analytics AI to Keep Planes in the Sky

There is a major push in aerospace to use predictive maintenance analytics and AI as a means of reducing the…

2019-01-25 - Nitin Dahad

Can Ron Black Lead a Turnaround at Imagination?

Ron Black, the recently appointed CEO of Imagination Technologies, is well aware that the prahics IP vendor has something to…

2019-01-21 - Junko Yoshida

Novel DRAM Tapped for Edge AI

Etron Technology pitched its new “Reduced Pin Count” (RPC) DRAM as ideal for miniaturized wearable devices and end-point AI subsystems.