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Artificial intelligence may have cracked freaky 600-year-old manuscript

Since its discovery over a hundred years ago, the 240-page Voynich manuscript, filled with seemingly coded language and inscrutable illustrations, has confounded linguists and cryptographers. Using artificial intelligence, Canadian researchers have taken a huge step forward in unraveling the document’s hidden meaning. Continue reading at Gizmodo

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Gesture Detection for Automotive In-Cabin Applications

Sponsored by Texas Instruments

See how using 60GHz radar for automotive in-cabin gesture is ideal due to its small size and ability to sense through various materials. Applications using gesture control include changing radio stations, answering phone calls, opening windows, and more.

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Keep Your System Up and Running With a Single Supercapacitor

Sponsored by Maxim Integrated (now part of Analog Devices)

This design solution presents a novel solution for backing up system power in both battery and line-powered systems. The elegant architecture runs from a single supercapacitor, provides a tightly regulated 5V output at up to 3A, and features 94% efficiency.

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Thunderbolt Technology Overview

Sponsored by Mouser Electronics and Intel

Thunderbolt is the closest thing we’ve got to universal interconnect between a wide variety of devices and systems. With a universal USB-C connector, it can do video, power, data communication - all at scalable rates with smart adjustment. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Sandeep Vedanthi of Intel about the latest in Thunderbolt technology - Thunderbolt 4, which brings a number of benefits over previous versions.

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