“Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability, but comes through continuous struggle.” Martin Luther King, Jr.
Hey, at least it’s “mobile.” At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, in amongst all the shiny new cellphones and tablets, was a new product that weighed in at 2,150 pounds (975 kg), consumes up to 1200 kW, and can go almost 200 MPH.
No, it’s not … Read More → "Watching the Wheels Go Round"
Break out your best show saddle and get those spurs on tight. A whole new paradigm is breaking on the horizon. Join us as Jim Beneke (Avnet) and I ride off into the sunset with our shadows stretched long across this wild and woolly EE landscape called … Read More → "The Wild West of IoT"
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! This week’s episode of Fish Fry has absolutely nothing to do with Ireland or St. Patrick, but has everything to do with molecular robots programmed with DNA, general purpose computing on GPUs, and featherweight systems for unmanned aerial vehicles. We start things off with a closer look at the creation of a new amoeba-like molecular robot by a team of researchers in … Read More → "GPGPUs, Molecular Robots, and UAVs! Oh MY!"
The IoT world is all about sensing, and no sense is more important or empowering than vision. We humans rely on our sight to understand the world around us more than any other source of information, and it’s likely that the same will be true for our intelligent machines. From automotive applications like ADAS to drones to factory automation, giving our systems the ability to “see” … Read More → "Teaching Machines to See"
“You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.” – Abraham Lincoln
Doctor Frankenstein, I presume.
It seemed like such a simple thing. Typical, really. Totally not news. Yet another company had suffered a data breach, leaking its customers’ private information all over the interwebs. Names, credit cards, everything. You know the drill. You’ve probably been subject to such a leak … Read More → "Our Bots, Ourselves"