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Learning Reality: Seoul Robotics’ 3D Perception Software with Deep Learning and Cell Variability May Unlock AI Learning

In this week’s podcast, HanBin Lee (CEO – Seoul Robotics) and I chat about their innovative 3D perception software with deep learning, what sets it apart from other 3D computer vision software solutions on the market today, and the details of their plug-and-play LiDAR perception system called Voyage. Also this week, we take a closer look at a new research study coming out of the Imperial College London that suggests that variability between brain cells might speed up learning and improve the performance of … Read More → "Learning Reality: Seoul Robotics’ 3D Perception Software with Deep Learning and Cell Variability May Unlock AI Learning"

The Future of IoT As We Know It – How Multi-Technology Collaboration will Shape the Next Wave of IoT Innovation

What do swarming robots, LoRa, and the future of IoT communications have in common? This week’s Fish Fry podcast!  We start things off with an investigation into a new robotic research project developed by Notre Dame assistant electronic engineering professor Yasemin Ozkan-Aydin. We take a closer look at the details of these new swarming robots and how they maneuver in challenging environments and accomplish difficult tasks collectively. Also this week, Rémi Lorrain (Semtech) joins us to discuss the differences between LoRa and LoRaWAN, what the collaboration between Swam technologies and Semtech looks like, and how LoRa will … Read More → "The Future of IoT As We Know It – How Multi-Technology Collaboration will Shape the Next Wave of IoT Innovation"

Fish Fry Special Edition: Makers Today! Dr. Duino

Welcome to the fifth installment of a new special edition series of our long-running Fish Fry podcast called “Makers Today!”, where we highlight the movers and shakers in the maker space. In this month’s episode, my guest is Guido Bonelli, founder of Dr. Duino.  Guido and I discuss how art and electronic design intertwine in his life, how his Dr. Duino brand got started with a little help from from Kickstarter, what his creation the “Goonie Box” is all about and how the … Read More → "Fish Fry Special Edition: Makers Today! Dr. Duino"

The Challenges of On-Device AI Development and Yes, AI Can Predict the Rain Better than the Weatherman

Artificial Intelligence reigns supreme in this week’s Fish Fry podcast! First up, we take a closer look at DeepMind’s new foray into rainfall prediction. We investigate how DeepMind’s deep generative model of rain tool supports the advancement of precipitation nowcasting and how it compares to current methods of precipitation forecasting. Keeping with our AI theme this week, Pulin Desai (Cadence Design Systems) joins us to discuss the requirements for on-device AI today, what you need consider when developing an on-device AI system, and how Cadence is taking on on-device AI with its … Read More → "The Challenges of On-Device AI Development and Yes, AI Can Predict the Rain Better than the Weatherman"

Eyes on the Prize: element14’s Spy Nerd Challenge and MIT’s New Robot Finds Lost Items

In this week’s podcast, we start things off with a closer look at a new robotic system developed by a team of researchers at MIT called RFusion. We investigate how it combines RF information, visual data, and neural networks to find and retrieve objects with ease. (Spoiler alert: it can even find objects when they are buried under a pile and fully out of view.) Also this week, Tariq Ahmad (element14) joins us to discuss element14’s new Spy Nerd Challenge. We chat about the motivations behind the creation of this unique electronic design contest, how … Read More → "Eyes on the Prize: element14’s Spy Nerd Challenge and MIT’s New Robot Finds Lost Items"

AI’s Next Giant Leap: How Intel is Advancing the Neuromorphic Computing Revolution

In today’s Fish Fry podcast, Mike Davies (Intel) joins me to investigate the past, present, and future of neuromorphic computing. Mike and I discuss how neuromorphic computing will usher in a new age of artificial intelligence, the details of Intel’s Loihi 2 neuromorphic chip, and why Intel’s Lava open-source software framework is crucial to the success of this new neuromorphic computing revolution.

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Chips, Chiplets, and Modules, Oh My!

In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, we’ve got an interview double header! First up, Peggy Carrieres (Avnet) joins me to discuss the electronic supply shortages we are experiencing today and why she believes constraint drives innovation. Next, Rob Mains (CHIPS Alliance) joins me to discuss how CHIPS Alliance is collaborating with a variety of different companies and universities to create a chip design ecosystem and the details of their unified memory standard developed with RISC-V international.

 

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Fish Fry Special Edition: Makers Today! Art by Physicist

Welcome to the fourth installment of a new special edition series of our long-running Fish Fry podcast called “Makers Today!”, where we highlight the movers and shakers in the maker space. In this month’s episode, my guest is Kitty Yeung, founder and designer at Art by Physicist.  Kitty and I discuss the variety of super cool designs she created as part of her kickstarter campaign, what her work as a creative technologist and senior program manager at The Garage entailed, her passion for quantum computing, and how the worlds of high tech fashion and quantum computing overlap in … Read More → "Fish Fry Special Edition: Makers Today! Art by Physicist"

Adventures in Memory – Samsung’s HBM-PIM and A New Brain-Inspired Memory Device

In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, Nam Sung Kim (Senior Vice President of Samsung’s Memory Business Unit) joins me to discuss why he believes our computing architectures must evolve to meet the needs of artificial intelligence and machine learning applications and how breaking the traditional Von Neumann processor-memory boundary could be disruptive to both the hardware and software sides of our industry, and the details of Samsung’s new HBM Processing-In Memory. Also this week, I investigate a new brain-inspired memory device developed by the University of Singapore and why this new novel molecular memristor could represent … Read More → "Adventures in Memory – Samsung’s HBM-PIM and A New Brain-Inspired Memory Device"

FloatingPoint DSP for You and Me: Why Today’s Real World Designs Need Floating Point Digital Signal Processing

What do sweat-powered batteries and floating point digital signal processing have in common? This week’s Fish Fry podcast of course! We start things off with an investigation into the details of a revolutionary new battery developed by NTU Singapore that is powered by sweat and includes a unique silver flake electrode design. Also this week, Ted Chua (Cadence Design Systems) joins me to discuss the need for floating point digital signal processing today and the details of Cadence’s new Tensilica FloatingPoint DSPs.

 

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