It’s been a long time coming, but I have to say that artificial intelligence (AI) is finally starting to make my life easier in meaningful ways. I know, right? I’m as surprised to hear myself saying this as I’m sure you are to be reading it.
As a brief aside, I just received an email from my chum Stephane Boucher, … Read More → "Next-Gen AI Vision Processors Target Edge Applications"
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"
I think we’re all familiar with the old riddle joke that starts with the question, “Why did the chicken cross the road?” and ends with the answer, “To get to the other side!” This is one of the things we seem to learn by some form of sociological osmosis without ever being able to recall where we first heard it.
According to … Read More → "Is the Future of AI Sparse?"
Way back in the mists of time we used to call 2020, the guys and gals at Synopsys launched DSO.ai (Design Space Optimization AI), which they described as being “The industry’s first autonomous artificial intelligence (AI) application for chip design.”
As they said at that time, “DSO.ai searches for optimization targets in very large solution spaces of chip design, utilizing reinforcement … Read More → "100+ AI-Designed SoCs and Counting!"
In my previous column, we discussed how the year 2030 seems set to be an exciting time to be in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) space (where no one can hear you scream). For example, in addition to the industrial IoT (IIoT) we also have the artificial intelligence of things (AIoT).
“What’s the AIoT when it’s at home?” I hear … Read More → "Mind-Boggling Neuromorphic Brain Chips (Part 2)"