Effectively storing data remains a key issue in modern information systems and a challenge for electronics engineers who need to design devices with the thought of robust data storage as a primary concern.
April 15, 2020 by Biljana Ognenova
British researchers seem to think so—they claim that artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning could be used to predict the health of a battery with 10 times higher accuracy than current techniques.
April 15, 2020 by Luke James
A number of companies are pumping out new edge AI technology—none of which explicitly state pandemic prediction or healthcare assistance as a use case. But with the overwhelming number of COVID-19 cases, might this new technology be used to that end?
March 25, 2020 by Gary Elinoff
As artificial intelligence seemingly worms its way into applications across all industries, from consumer electronics to healthcare, governments around the world are starting to invest more in an area where AI could be a gamechanger: military hardware and technology.
March 21, 2020 by Luke James
XMOS, a company that made headlines for developing the highest performing voice interface for under a dollar, unveils xcore.ai – the fast, flexible, and economical processor designed specifically for the AIoT market.
March 01, 2020 by Luke James
Eta Compute made headlines in 2018 with its neural networks that train themselves, and now the company has come to market with its AI chips that aim to provide AI to “edge” devices such as IoT sensors, battery-powered cameras, and more.
February 21, 2020 by Luke James
With the adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning in a wide variety of applications, reliability verification of AI/ML processors is critical since failures can have major consequences for the validity and legitimacy of AI/ML technology.
January 21, 2020 by Neel Natekar, Mentor