In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, Ben Gu from Cadence Design and I chat about bringing AI to the world electronic system design! We investigate the electronic system design challenges engineers are facing today, the benefits that AI brings to electronic system optimization and the details of Cadence’s Optimality Intelligent System Explorer. Also this week, I examine a new l … Read More → "The Pursuit of Performance: How AI can Help Optimize Electronic System Design"
Have you heard about the artificial leaves that generate clean fuel? In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, I investigate the details of new flexible autonomous floating artificial leaves developed by a team of researchers from the University of Cambridge that can generate clean fuel from sunlight and water. Also this week, Viktor Vikulov (DANNIE) and I discuss why edge machine learning is the next evolutionary step for IoT, … Read More → "Seeds for a New Day: Edge ML, Evolution of IoT and Artificial Leaves that Generate Clean Fuel"
In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, David Jones (Infineon) and I chat about Infineon’s new battery-powered Smart alarm system. We examine the role that AI and machine learning-based sensor fusion plays in this industry-first acoustic event detection and alarm system, and why this kind of battery-powered home security sensor system could be a … Read More → "Re-Inventing Home Security: Infineon’s New AI/ML-based Smart Alarm System"
The proverb “a little knowledge is a dangerous thing” was coined by Alexander Pope (1688-1744) in An Essay on Criticism (1711). If this sentiment is true, then I flatter myself that I’m a very dangerous individual indeed.
As an aside (we’re commencing on the asides early in this column … Read More → "I’ve Been Captivated by Compound Semiconductors"
Move over off-the-shelf chips, bespoke silicon is coming your way! In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, Walt Hearn from Ansys joins me to discuss the rise of bespoke silicon, the need for open multi-physics platforms, collaboration in the EDA ecosystem, and more. Also this week, I investigate a new bacteria powered wearable device developed by a team of researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. (Spoiler Alert: … Read More → "One Size Does Not Fit All: The Rise of Bespoke Silicon"
In this week’s Fish Fry, we are talking about electrostatic multi-nozzle printing technology, industrial micro-fabrication, and life-like lasers! Walter Braun (COO – Scrona) and I investigate the biggest challenges facing the micro-fabrication industry today, why Walter believes that the next wave of semiconductor innovation will rely on novel semiconductor packaging, and the details of Scrona’s multi-nozzle printing technology. Also this week, I examine new self-organizing lasers built by … Read More → "The Next Wave of Semiconductor Innovation"