I’m not having a good day. “Why so?” You ask. Well, thank you so much for caring. I have a sad tale to tell—one that will doubtless bring a little tear to your eye. I stand before you a broken man, hanging my head in shame, with my credentials as an engineer hanging in tatters.
Since we have so much of an artificial intelligence (AI) … Read More → "Gruesome Gambols Gripping Generative AI (Part 2)"
I love being me, which is a good thing when you come to think about it, because I don’t think the alternative would be much fun. In addition to being a trend-setter and leader of fashion, one of the things I’ve been blessed with is a good imagination, but—as we will see—a good imagination can be a double-edged sword.
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As part of giving courses on digital logic simulation, along with presentations at technical conferences and guest lectures at universities, I’ve been fortunate enough to have at least sampled a tempting taster of many of the countries in Scandinavia and Western Europe, including Denmark, Norway, Sweden, France, Greece, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Switzerland.
Sad to relate, one of the countries on … Read More → "Intel’s Agilex 7 FPGAs Take Barcelona by Storm"
A few days ago as I pen these words, I was happily ensconced in my comfy command chair in the Pleasure Dome (my office) when I received an auto-generated email saying I’d been tagged in a post on LinkedIn. I immediately bounced over to take a look (ever hopeful to discover that a long-lost relative had bequeathed me a fortune) and was transported back in time by what I found there (cue “traveling back in time” music and visual effects). … Read More → "Helping Sandia National Laboratories Reach Nirvana"