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Hearing is Believing: Artificial Intelligence, Cough Patterns, and Stemming the Tide of COVID-19

One person’s data is another person’s noise.” – K.C. Cole

This week’s Fish Fry podcast is all about noisy neurons, cough signature identification, and how AI can help us stem the tide of COVID-19. First up, we check out new research from the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases that may have finally unlocked the mysteries of memory retention in people … Read More → "Hearing is Believing: Artificial Intelligence, Cough Patterns, and Stemming the Tide of COVID-19"

StoryBoard and Cyborg Eyes: A Revolution in User Interfaces

This week’s podcast is absolutely brimming with electronic engineering goodness! First, we investigate the details of new artificial eye that can be powered by sunlight, developed by a team of researchers at Hong Kong University. Next, Jason Clarke (Crank Software) joins us to discuss user interface design, what their unique Storyboard platform is all about, and how I can get an embedded app running in minutes.

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Why, Hello FPGA and AI — How Nice to See You Together!

I love science and technology. I also love beer and bacon sandwiches, but that’s nothing to do with this column, so don’t try to distract me. Generally speaking, I like to think I have a ringside seat at the forefront of technology. Recently, however, I must admit to starting to fear I was no longer riding the crest of the technology wave with regard … Read More → "Why, Hello FPGA and AI — How Nice to See You Together!"

Calling All Innovators: Why You Should Join The Detect and Protect Challenge

In this week’s podcast, we take a closer look at The COVID-19 Detect & Protect Challenge. Hackster.io co-founder Adam Benzion and I chat about why The United Nations Development Programme and a multinational group of companies got together to create this challenge, the goals, prizes, and details associated with this design challenge, and most importantly, how your open source designs can help make the world … Read More → "Calling All Innovators: Why You Should Join The Detect and Protect Challenge"

Systems and Bodies on Chip

In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, we take on systems on chips, body on chips, and much more!  First up, we check out how Havard’s Wyss University is hoping to change the future of modern drug development and approval. We take a closer look at how this team has pieced together ten “Organ Chips” to create a fully functioning body-on-chip platform and how this new BoC system … Read More → "Systems and Bodies on Chip"

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chalk talks
Why Does a Medical Tool Need Security? — Maxim and Mouser Electronics   Connected medical devices have a unique set of security design requirements, and a software-only security solution with a non-secure MCU might not be the best way to go. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Scott Jones from Maxim Integrated about the details of secure authentication and how we can … Read More → "Why Does a Medical Tool Need Security? — Maxim and Mouser Electronics"
Trends Driving the Future of Sensor Development — TE Connectivity and Mouser Electronics   Sensors for IoT applications are changing and evolving rapidly these days. With experts predicting over a trillion sensors deployed worldwide, the pace of innovation in sensor technology has been accelerating, and design engineers need to keep up with the latest trends in order to get the best out of their IoT designs. In … Read More → "Trends Driving the Future of Sensor Development — TE Connectivity and Mouser Electronics"