Moore's Lobby is a podcast for electrical engineers and tech enthusiasts that shines a light on the industry's most pressing technical problems. Hear the voices of your role models and peers as you meet the leaders pushing the envelope of bleeding-edge technologies. The podcast covers the trials and triumphs they picked up along the way as host Dave Finch guides you through the human side of important EE concepts today. Tune in every other Thursday for new episodes.
How do you solve the thousands of challenges standing in the way of autonomous vehicle deployment? Hear from the leader of a team of thousands of engineers doing "the best work of their lives" to safely deploy AVs.
What does it mean to design robotics with humans in mind? This week, Dave talks with Dr. Aaron Edsinger, roboticist and CEO/Co-founder of Hello Robot.
The age of quick embedded system prototyping is here. But what happens when the development of AI is also becoming more commonplace? Are we ready for a world where machine learning algorithms—and all the biases that come with them—flood the market?
This episode, Dave dives into the extraordinary world of light with Dr. Seth Coe-Sullivan to learn about nanotech display technologies and how nano-LEDs are the key to the future of healthcare.
What happens when supply chains are required to adapt? What will electronics distribution look like post COVID-19? Hear the experts discuss how the world of distribution is changing.
In this Industry Tech Days Keynote, Dave speaks with Dev Singh, the Head of Autonomous Robotics, Drones and Intelligent Machines at Qualcomm about the future of autonomous robotics.
From Formula 1 to Formula E, where the cars are all-electric, motorsports are some of the most dynamic and public representations of technology in the automotive space. Roborace is a unique competition where the vehicles are not only electric but also autonomous.
In this episode, you'll hear Anant Agarwal, CEO and founder of edX and electrical engineering professor at MIT, talk about why online education is crucial for guiding the next generation of engineers.
Listen in as Richard Barry, Senior Principal Engineer at Amazon Web Services and Founder of FreeRTOS, explains how the next generation of IoT devices processing at the edge will need new techniques for sensor, audio, video, and machine learning applications.
Join us in The Lobby to talk all about DFM—Design for Manufacture, a crucial but complex piece of the circuit design process that not all engineers have mastered.