2020-03-23 - Sally Ward-Foxton

‘Electronic Nose’ Inspired by Neuromorphic Technology

Detecting chemicals via their smells is useful for security and medical applications.

2020-03-18 - Sally Ward-Foxton

IBM’s Watson Now Understands Idioms

The technology from Project Debater is now commercially available as part of Watson.

- M. Di Paolo Emilio

Covid-19: The Power of Big Data and AI

Technology provides powerful tools to stem epidemics and minimize resulting deaths.

2020-03-13 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Data is King for AI Sound Recognition

Robust, high-quality training data makes models more efficient — so efficient they can run on simple, low-power MCUs.

2020-03-06 - Brian Santo

ISSCC: All Processing Leans Toward AI

From ISSCC: Google revealed an AI that excels at a key element of ASIC design. ISSCC plenary speakers describe how…

2020-03-04 - Sally Ward-Foxton

AI Chip Unicorns Get More Funding

Unicorns Graphcore and SambaNova raise tens of millions for AI silicon and software.

2020-02-27 - Sally Ward-Foxton

AI Gets Its Own System of Numbers

BF16, the new number format optimized for deep learning, promises power and compute savings with a minimal reduction in prediction…

2020-02-24 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Adapting the Microcontroller for AIoT

Will Arm continue to dominate going forward? Alternatives are springing up, and with the IoT set to expand, the market…

2020-02-21 - Anne-Françoise Pelé

Discovering the Real Value in the Audio Chain

The emergence of silicon-based microphones has reshaped the audio landscape. But in the coming years, market research firm Yole Dévelopment…

2020-02-17 - Matthew Burgess

Medical AI: Automate the Important Stuff

A startup out of Taiwan has developed an AI platform capable of rapidly developing customised AI models that can analyse…