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High-Level Design for Everyone

Uh yeah. This is epically awesome. Here's a table with the full HL Vivado feature/version breakdown for those interested: http://www.xilinx.com/products/design-tools/vivado/vivado-webpack.html

You'll notice they essentially did away with the Vivado Web…

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A Step Towards Liquid Cooling

Do you see this fluidics work leading to commercial liquid cooling of 3D chips? Or are there other big barriers?

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The Back Side of Moore’s Law

Good stuff, Kevin. Looking forward to *hardware* (see: FPGAs) eating the world! smiling

-Ryan
http://snickerdoodle.io

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Marketing Math 201

@tentner, If I were in FPGA marketing, I'd probably point out that one 6-input LUT requires 64 bits while a 4-input LUT requires only 16 bits.

That should justify using a factor of 4 when converting from LUT6 to LUT4, correct? smiling

Therefore, by tha…

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The Industrial Internet Reference Architecture

Do you see industrial IoT designs converging on the ideas in the IIC's reference architecture? Or do you still see architectures proliferating?

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FDA names salmon the first genetically modified animal safe to eat

Exactly one growth hormone, and you get unvetted salmon in 18mos. instead of a year. The huge win is, to get them some current to swim in in so they don't taste like garfish, you're doing water-moving cross-fit and are guaranteed the salmon are the uglies…

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Researchers teaching robots how to best reject orders from humans

Case 5 is going to fail in all cases, so that's nice. "I am standing on the table, stylish_dismounts.lib failed to load, it can't get much worse...what is the tipping use-case in this room?"

Yeah, I can see they drilled on the bar crane safety drills, …

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German robot practices hitting humans to ensure future safety

Sounds legit. Wholly owned by the My Watch Already Mansplained It To Your Healthcare Provider Group PLC, MENA.

Late enough in the episode to say "Those aren't galvanic response and Burr Discomfort Index curves!"

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Researchers create working electronics inside a rose

For people who can't keep SOCs on, crack PCBs just by fingering a connector, but can grow plants, plant surgery gone...well, they their transistor characteristics fast rather than keep the leaves in D.I. water for a week, but just look at it. (CC licensed…

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Face-slapping alarm clock refuses to let you sleep in

Not pictured; Hair was in French Braid before alarm phase 1.

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