2019-06-24 - Sally Ward-Foxton

The Current Reality of Facial Recognition

AI is making automated facial recognition for mass surveillance a reality - but at what cost?

2019-06-12 - Martin Rowe

AI: Friend or Foe?

Engineers can use AI to their advantage, according to a panel at the 2019 IEEE International Microwave Symposium. It will…

2019-06-11 - Junko Yoshida

The Point Where IoT, AI & Quantum Computing Intersect

They intersect where data is growing exponentially. After that, it gets complicated. Happily, a panel at DAC waded into the…

2019-06-05 - Sanjay Charagulla

HBM2e Top Contender for AI Applications

HBM2e and GDDR6 DRAMs are vying for AI applications. However, HBM2e has a competitive edge. But you be the judge

- Junko Yoshida

Where Does NXP Stand on its AI Strategy?

NXP's AI strategy has been a mystery since CEO Richard Clemmer revealed in 2016 the company has had "no internal…

2019-05-30 - Rick Merritt

AI Takes Centre Stage at Hot Chips

Startup Cerebras and x86 giant Intel will disclose rival AI accelerators at the annual CPU event now rich with talks…

2019-05-27 - Sally Ward-Foxton

The Hardware Pushing AI to the Edge

What type of processing power is required to move AI to the edge? Vendors have come up with a range…

2019-05-21 - Alchip Technologies

Alchip, “Silicon Heart of AI”

Alchip Technologies Ltd, a leading fabless ASIC company, have announced the new brand slogan, “Silicon Heart of AI”,

2019-05-14 - Junko Yoshida

Blog: Should ‘Fairness’ be Irrelevant to Engineers?

"Fairness" strikes many in the engineering community as a nebulous, uncomfortable topic. It seems to them irrelevant to what they…

- Ann R. Thryft

When AI Goes Wrong

Garbage in, serious garbage out. AIs have to be more than just accurate; they have to be fair.