2020-01-06 - David Benjamin

AI: Made in Our Image

Because AI is so passively absorptive of the data fed into it, it cannot help but reflect the biases —…

2019-12-26 - Nitin Dahad

Blog: The Strength of Europe’s Homegrown Innovation

Europeans in technology tend to venerate Silicon Valley as the epicenter of innovation, believing that it’s where they need to…

2019-12-17 - Junko Yoshida

Images in a Post-Truth Era

We can instantly edit, enhance and distort photos. Shouldn’t we think first before enabling that same ability for augmented reality?

2019-12-11 - Sally Ward-Foxton

AI: There’s More to Chip Performance Than TOPS

What is the best measure of inference performance?

2019-12-06 - Anne-Françoise Pelé

Google: Retiring at 46

Between them, the two still hold 51 percent of voting shares, and will remain on Alphabet’s board. They aren’t going…

2019-12-05 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Blog: Powering and Cooling a Monster

Has Cerebras solved the classic wafer-scale challenges?

2019-11-28 - Lindsay Craig

Blog: ‘Like Transformers? Here?’

Engineer and educator Lindsay Craig reflects on six years of teaching electrical engineering in Uganda, Africa. Gulu, Uganda has been…

2019-11-25 - Anne-Françoise Pelé

Blog: Tech Champions, or Just Champions?

What is a technology leader? What does it mean to do work in tech? And, more fundamentally, what is technology?

2019-11-25 - Junko Yoshida

Is China’s ‘Big Fund’ on the Right Track?

In addition to the Big Fund, the Chinese government might also want to pursue vertical integration models to fast-track self-sufficiency…

2019-11-20 - Chris Fisher

Keeping EEs Relevant

A focus on problem solving can be applied beyond engineering, as can a willingness to leave your comfort zone.