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Virtualization In The Car

How and why abstraction layers are becoming essential in automotive design.

WiFi Evolves For The IoT

Extending the usefulness of a ubiquitous wireless technology.

Big Changes In AI Design

Experts at the Table: Why it's becoming easier to develop AI for edge applications, and how AI will be partitioned between the edge and the cloud.

Startup Funding: July 2020

Fifteen startups bring in $786.5M in July, with big rounds for networking chips and EVs.

Pivoting Toward Safety-Critical Verification In Cars

Experts at the Table: Changing the automotive mindset; verification after manufacturing; security updates.

What’s After 5G

The path to 6G will require some radical changes to both infrastructure and use models.

Why Safety-Critical Verification Is So Difficult

Experts at the Table: Proprietary hardware makes software development more difficult; how to deal with over-the-air updates.

Are Better Machine Training Approaches Ahead?

Why unsupervised, reinforcement and Hebbian approaches are good for some things, but not others.

Variables Complicate Safety-Critical Device Verification

Experts at the Table: What's the best way to approach designs like AI chips for automotive that can stand the test of time?

ML Opening New Doors For FPGAs

Programmability shifts some of the burden from hardware engineers to software developers for ML applications.

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Round Tables

Pivoting Toward Safety-Critical Verification In Cars

Experts at the Table: Changing the automotive mindset; verification after manufacturing; security updates.

Why Safety-Critical Verification Is So Difficult

Experts at the Table: Proprietary hardware makes software development more difficult; how to deal with over-the-air updates.

Variables Complicate Safety-Critical Device Verification

Experts at the Table: What's the best way to approach designs like AI chips for automotive that can stand the test of time?

Challenges In Building Smarter Systems

Experts at the Table: A look at the intelligence in devices today, and how that needs to evolve.

Conflicting Demands At The Edge

Experts at the Table: Cost, power and security clash with the need for intelligence, localized processing and customization.

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Multimedia

Memory Access In AI Systems

How memory choices affect power and performance.

eFPGAs Vs. FPGA Chiplets

Which approach works best where.

3 Types Of AI Hardware

All AI chips are not the same, but there are commonalities.

Increasing eFPGA Density

How to ratchet up density of embedded FPGAs enough to behave like discrete FPGAs.

Different Levels Of Interconnects

Chip Basics: How different layers at the chip level can affect the performance across a system.

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