Sustainability and Positivity: Solving Real World Problems with NXP HoverGames
by Amelia Dalton
A topic that is near and dear to my heart takes center stage in this week’s podcast: sustainability. Iain Galloway (NXP) and Richard Fix (Bosch Sensortec) join me to discuss how you can help solve real-world societal challenges with the NXP HoverGames. We also discuss the variety of components and technologies provided to contestants of this unique design contest and why sustainable food ecosystems is the theme of this year’s HoverGames. Also this week, keeping with our sustainability theme, I how AI is helping save Norway’s endangered Atlantic salmon.
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No longer is machine learning a niche application for electronic engineering. Machine learning is leading a transformative revolution in a variety of electronic designs but implementing machine learning can be a tricky task to complete. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton and Louis Gobin from STMicroelectronics investigate how STMicroelectronics is helping embedded developers design edge AI solutions. They take a closer look at the benefits of STMicroelectronics NanoEdge-AI® Studio and STM32Cube.AI and how you can take advantage of them in your next design.