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.
one day ago by Luke James
AI processor company Mythic has adopted two of Mentor's platforms: one for custom circuit verification and device noise analysis and one to verify the functionality of the integrated analog and digital logic in their IPUs.
2 days ago by Kayla Matthews
When we think “smart city”, many picture a vast landscape governed by technology in every way, shape, and form. Swathes of tech do not necessarily make cities “smart” nor an objectively better place to live, however.
3 days ago by Luke James