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The more you fidget in this chair, the more gadgets it can charge

Proof of fidgeting is surely that someone swaps out your chair (maybe to the next building...) but I can't wait 'til they prove out a chair to make heartrate voluble to 150BPM a couple hours a day (without feeding the chair --debuglevel=13.) Users will st…

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OpenAMP Allows OS Management

What do you think about OpenAMP as a way to break the tyranny of strict hierarchy in multicore systems?

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A New Neural Approach

We only scratched the surface here, but do you see promise in Knowm's neuromorphic machine learning approach?

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With a few skin cells, scientists can make mini, thinking version of your brain

Study Zika, they say! Just like you did the Netflix and chilling parts of 'Netflix and chill' yourself, they say!

Even more than vetting methylation of receptor genes to see if a SSRI would affect a person, you could call the vintage of ayahuasca and g…

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Are IoT Standards Really Standards?

I don’t believe that we currently actually even understand the full potential of the smart home because we haven’t given developers a means to build apps atop all of the hardware in a home. And the sooner we settle on a robust protocol, the quicker we’ll …

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HLS versus OpenCL

Thanks, Kevin!

I stumbled across this article recently. I know it was from 2013, but it's still quite relevant. The EDA industry really hasn't done much in the past 3 yrs. Thanks for the fantastic perspective on the history and missteps. I LOVE the…

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Magnets Help the Harvest

Or just put your fan in a farm field. When it's raining.

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Shasta Has a High Peak

How likely are you to try VISC in an upcoming project? Is it too new and untried? Or the most interesting thing you've ever seen?

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A Unified Chip/Package/Board Flow

What do you think about ANSYS's approach to chip/package/board stress analysis and Synopsys's approach to IP encryption?

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PNI Turns Navigation, Kalman Upside Down

What do you think of PNI Sensors' approach to reducing GPS-reading power?

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Xilinx 1, Intel 0

I'll just point out that TSMC 16nm is really just 20nm with a finfet. I'll also point out that the latest part from Xilinx is just a little bigger than their last part. Altera did a big change in the architecture of the Stratix 10. For example single prec…

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FPGA Synthesis Showdown

@gobeavs ... I don't think your anonymously attacking Kevin directly and personally in this or any other industry forum has cause, and is certainly way below the degree of professionalism other readers in this forum expect and deserve.

What ever person…

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