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Things That Go Bump In The Daytime


There is no argument that autonomous technology is better at certain things than systems controlled by people. A computer-guided system has only one mission — to stay on the road, avoid object, and reach the end destination. It doesn't get tired, text, or look out the window. And it can park within a millimeter of a wall or another vehicle without hitting it, and do that every time — as lon... » read more

The Evolution Of Pervasive Computing


The computing world has gone full circle toward pervasive computing. In fact, it has done so more than once, which from the outside may look like a more rapid spin cycle than a real change of direction. Dig deeper, though, and it's apparent that some fundamental changes are at work. This genesis of pervasive computing dates back to the introduction of the PC in 1981, prior to which all corpo... » read more

Bridging Math And Engineering In ML


Steve Roddy, vice president of products for Arm’s Machine Learning Group, examines the intersection of high-level mathematics in the data science used in machine learning within area, speed, and power limitations, and how to bring these two worlds together with the least amount of disruption. » read more