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Top Stories

Open-Source RISC-V Hardware And Security

Experts at the Table, Part 1: The advantages and limitations of a new instruction set architecture.

November Startup Funding: Big Deals Dominate

Nine-figure funding rounds were common in November.

Dirty Data: Is the Sensor Malfunctioning?

Why sensor data needs to be cleaned, and why that has broad implications for every aspect of system design.

Autonomous Vehicle Design Begins To Change Direction

It's unrealistic to road-test every corner case, so the automotive supply chain is shifting gears.

FPGA Graduates To First-Tier Status

Achronix's CEO looks at the value of customized acceleration, and why FPGAs are better for certain types of computation than CPUs or GPUs.

Making Sure A Heterogeneous Design Will Work

Why the addition of multiple processing elements and memories is causing so much consternation.

AI Chip Architectures Race To The Edge

Companies battle it out to get artificial intelligence to the edge using various chip architectures as their weapons of choice.

Are Devices Getting More Secure?

Manufacturers are paying more attention to security, but it's not clear whether that's enough.

October Startup Funding: IoT, Security, Auto

Funding flows to a variety of startups; M&A in security.

AI Begins To Reshape Chip Design

Technology adds more granularity, but starting point for design shifts as architectures cope with greater volumes of data.

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Round Tables

Open-Source RISC-V Hardware And Security

Experts at the Table, Part 1: The advantages and limitations of a new instruction set architecture.

The Rising Cost Of 5G

Experts at the table, part 3: Big increases in power consumption and uncertainty about how to test these devices have yet to be resolved.

Pros, Cons Of ML-Specific Chips

Machine Learning's Limits, part 3: Which processor type is the best for training and inferencing, and why are there so many companies trying to bui...

Machine Learning’s Limits

Experts at the Table, part 2: When errors occur, how and when are they identified and by whom?

Machine Learning’s Limits (Part 1)

Experts at the Table, part 1: Why machine learning works in some cases and not in others.

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Multimedia

Inferencing In Hardware

How to improve the efficiency of neural networks.

AI Training Chips

How to speed up algorithms and improve performance.

Chips In Space

Using eFPGAs in satellites and airplanes.

What Is SOTIF?

How Safety of the Intended Functionality will affect autonomous vehicle design.

Using ASICs For AI Inferencing

How to speed up artificial intelligence in edge devices and data centers.

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