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The Next Generation of Process Engineering: How Human-Machine Collaboration Will Usher In A New Era of Chip Innovation

In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, I’m going deep into the world of atomic-level process engineering with Keren Kanarik from Lam Research. Keren and I discuss how artificial intelligence can help speed up the process and lower the cost of chip innovation. We also investigate the engineering and AI challenges this research was looking to solve and the strategies that Keren and her team at Lam Research developed over the course of this ground-breaking research. Also this week, I take a closer look at new research from University of Hawaii at Manoa that suggests that electrons from … Read More → "The Next Generation of Process Engineering: How Human-Machine Collaboration Will Usher In A New Era of Chip Innovation"

Battlefield Ahead: How Direct RF Will Shape the Future of Electronic Warfare

This week’s Fish Fry podcast is all about direct RF, the critical needs for electronic warfare today, and the world’s first liquid hydrogen flight. My guest Rodger Hosking (Mercury Systems) and I discuss the benefits and tradeoffs of direct RF and why Rodger believes that direct RF can revolutionize Military EW and radar systems. Also this week, I check out H2Fly’s new liquid hydrogen powered electric aircraft called the Pipistrel Taurus G4!

 

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Where Rubber Meets The Road: Simulation, AI Modeling, and The Future of the Automotive Industry

This week’s Fish Fry podcast is all about AI modeling for automotive applications.  Seth DeLand (MathWorks) and I discuss the common challenges that automotive engineers face when implementing simulation into AI modeling, which automotive applications would benefit most from simulation, and why data preparation is a crucial step in the AI workflow during model-based design for automotive applications

 

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Super Human Perception and New Compute Paradigms: How imec is Driving Autonomous Innovation

In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, Jo De Boeck (imec) joins me to chat about one of the hottest topics at this year’s ITF World – autonomous driving! Jo and I discuss the biggest challenges surrounding perception in autonomous driving, why there is a need for new compute paradigms in this arena and how imec is strengthening a variety of technology ecosystems through system technology co-optimization.

 

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Fostering Innovation with Open Source Initiatives

Open source is the name of the game this week! Arun Gupta from Intel and I investigate the many ways that open source initiatives can foster innovation. We also chat about Intel’s history in the open source community, the evolution of Intel’s open source strategy and the progressive open source projects Intel is working on right now. Also this week, I check out the details of an open source tool from MIT’s Senseable City Lab that can help people measure air pollution … Read More → "Fostering Innovation with Open Source Initiatives"

The Flight Path Forward: Aviation Expert Vance Hilderman Discusses the Future of eVTOLs

This week’s podcast is all about one of my all-time favorite topics: VTOLs! My guest is aviation expert and CEO of AFuzion Vance Hinderman. Vance and I chat about AFuzion’s role in the aviation industry, Atea’s plans to launch an eVTOL aircraft in 2026, and where Vance thinks the eVTOL industry is headed in the future.

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The Future of Space Exploration: BrainHQ’s Computerized Brain Training for Astronauts

This week Fish Fry is headed to space! My guest Mouna Attarha (Posit Science) and I explore a new study conducted by NASA that examined the benefits of computerized brain training for astronauts during long-distance space travel. We also chat about the adverse effects that space travel has on the brain and the exercises included in Posit Science’s BrainHQ app. Also this week, I investigate new research that may give astronauts … Read More → "The Future of Space Exploration: BrainHQ’s Computerized Brain Training for Astronauts"

AI on the Rise: Artificial Intelligence for Low Code

Artificial intelligence takes center stage in this week’s Fish Fry podcast! My guest Johanna Pingel (MathWorks) and I examine the benefits of using artificial intelligence for low code, the best practices in this arena, what applications would be a good fit for AI for low code and the super cool stuff MathWorks is doing in this space. Also this week, I investigate a new realm of AI exploration in medical applications… can AI ask AI for a second opinion? 

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Biometric Recognition, Crypto Keys and Secure Element Chips: How Infineon is Shaping the Embedded Security Landscape

Step right up ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to talk about security! My guest is Arnaud Moser from Infineon and in this week’s Fish Fry podcast, Arnaud and I delve into the world of biometric identification, crypto keys, and secure element microprocessors.

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To the Sky and Beyond: Interface Concept’s Mission-Critical Solutions and Robots for Lunar Exploration

What have I got cooked up for you for this week’s Fish Fry podcast? First, my guest is Pierre Ansquer from Interface Concept and we are talking about 3U VPX, SBCs, packaged ethernet switches, and a whole lot more! Also this week, I investigate new robots developed by ETH Zurich and why these legged robots could be a game changer for space future travel.

 

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