Scientists from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) have successfully calculated the parameters of photodetectors made of layers of graphene and a combination of black arsenic and phosphorus.
April 21, 2020 by Alessandro Mascellino
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 new Bluetooth wristband traces a person's contact with other wristband wearers, and if that person tests positive for COVID-19, other contacts are notified to quarantine. But does this new device cross the lines of privacy?
April 04, 2020 by Robin Mitchell
With reports suggesting that COVID-19 will have a significant impact on the semiconductor market, the Semiconductor Industry Association has stepped in to remind the world of just how important the industry is both generally and during this outbreak, and to ensure the continuity of its operations.
April 01, 2020 by Luke James
Scientists from the Power and Wide-band-gap Electronics Research Laboratory (POWERlab) in Lausanne, Switzerland, have built a nanodevice capable of producing high-power Terahertz (THz) waves.
March 27, 2020 by Alessandro Mascellino
Renesas' new reference designs for Xilinx's FPGAs and SoCs solve the issues of multiphase regulators. But how might they also speed up the design process for in-demand medical devices?
March 27, 2020 by Gary Elinoff
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