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At Memory Compute: Advancements in AI Inference with Untether AI

In my podcast this week Bob Beachler from Untether and I explore Untether AI’s unique approach to AI inference acceleration. We also chat about their recent collaboration with Arm and the benefits this collaboration brings to autonomous vehicle applications, and where Bob sees the evolution of AI-driven devices headed in the future. Also this week, I investigate how new research from the University of Michigan could help us decode dog barks… with the help of AI. 

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The Communication Connection: Time Sensitive Networking, SOSA and the Ethernet Revolution

This week my podcast guest is longtime friend of the show Nigel Forrester from Concurrent Technologies! Nigel and I chat about time sensitive networking, how TSN profiles are grouped, what kind of standards are being developed to support these profiles, and how ethernet will pave the way for innovation in real-time communications in the future. Also this week, I check out how you can fly your very own eVTOL starting next month with the world’s first commercial eVTOL!

 

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A Sea Change in Analog RF Architectures: The Future According to Direct RF

What do Direct RF, next generation signal processing, and the acoustic wonder of spider webs have in common? This here podcast! Noah Donaldson (CTO – Annapolis Micro Systems) joins me this week to chat about why Direct RF is a game changer for signal acquisition and processing. We also discuss the challenges inherent with Direct RF, the biggest benefits of this technology, and where Noah sees Direct RF headed in the future. Also this week, I examine new research from Binghamton University that contends that  spider web acoustic sensing could lend itself to great strides in high-sensitivity, long-distance sound detection.</ … Read More → "A Sea Change in Analog RF Architectures: The Future According to Direct RF"

Adventures in Hybrid Processing: A New Approach for Today’s Multitasking World

Hybrid processing technology takes center stage in this week’s Fish Fry podcast! Aaron Frank (Curtiss-Wright) joins me to chat about the evolution of processing for embedded systems, the biggest benefits of hybrid processors, why a new processing approach is more important now than ever before, and what the future looks like for hybrid processing.

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Deep-Tech Disruption: How imec is Advancing Startup Innovation with Imec.DeepTechVentures

Did you know that imec is celebrating its forty year anniversary this year? Its true! This week, Olivier Rousseaux from imec joins me to chat all about how imec is encouraging innovation big and small with its DeepTechVentures. We investigate how imec can help you with your deep tech start up, the steps included the imec DeepTechVentures research process, and some of Olivier’s favorite startups that have been supported by imec.

 

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Seeing with Phlux: A New Era for Infrared Photodiode Sensor Technology

Are you ready to jump feet first into the world of infrared sensor technology? In this week’s podcast, Phlux Technology CEO Ben White and I chat all about Plux Technology’s groundbreaking avalanche photodiode (APD) infrared sensor technology. We investigate the benefits that these sensors will bring to a variety of different applications and where Ben sees sustainable photonic technology development headed in the future. Also this week, I check out a new stretchy electronic skin developed at the University of Texas Austin that could equip … Read More → "Seeing with Phlux: A New Era for Infrared Photodiode Sensor Technology"

Digital Signal Processing and the AI Architecture Evolution

This week’s Fish Fry podcast is all about digital signal processing! Pulin Desai (Cadence Design Systems) joins me to chat about recent developments in vision, radar and lidar applications, AI inference trends that are driving the need for flexible and programmable digital signal processing, and why DSPs are indispensable in the new world of artificial intelligence. Also this week, I check out a new PCB prototype developed at the University of Washington that is almost completely recyclable. (Spoiler Alert: It can turn into jelly!)

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Space According to LEO: How Low Earth Orbit Satellite Technology Is Opening Up New Space Applications

Low Earth Orbit satellite communication takes center stage in this week’s Fish Fry podcast! Mike McLernon from MathWorks joins me to chat all about the advantages of Low Earth Orbit satellites versus traditional Geostationary Earth Orbit (GEO) satellites, the challenges of this kind of satellite technology, and the tools and practices that engineers can use to overcome these challenges. Also this week, I investigate new research from the University of Helsinki that contends that we can accurately predict LEO satellite movement with the help of weather models.

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Decision Superiority, Shared Intelligence and The Future of Battlefield AI

My podcast guest this week is Tim Stewart,Director of Business Development at Aitech. Tim and I investigate how AI is enabling decision superiority, the details of the OODA Loop, and the role that project convergence will play in the future of battlefield technologies. (We also talk about Tim’s Titanic lego project!) Keeping with our military theme, I also check out a new autonomous submarine developed by the Australian government called the Ghost Shark!

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The Future of AI will be Sparse

My podcast guest this week is Femtosense CEO Sam Fok! Sam and I chat about the role that sparsity will play in the future of AI, the details of Femtosense’s SPU hardware platform and how Femtosense’s AI technology is being used for AI speech enhancement in hearing aids. Also this week, I check out how you can design your own function warp drive with the help of a new groundbreaking open source software toolkit called Warp Factory.

 

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