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IC Imagination and Dreaming in Drones

efabless’ On Demand IP and MIT’s Design Your Own Drone Program

How many engineers does it take to turn chip design on its head? Just one. In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, we take a closer look at how efabless plans to change the face of the semiconductor industry – one integrated circuit at a time. efabless CEO Mike Wishart joins us to discuss the details of their new online community, how they adapted the app store model for the semiconductor world, and how you can participate in their IP development challenge. Also this week, we look at MIT’s new Design Your Dream Drone program and check out how you can get started with this super cool new program.


 

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