2020-05-20 - Rebecca Day

Blog: AI and My Trust Issues

I find myself interacting more and more with AI — some good times, some not so much...

2020-05-19 - Matthew Burgess

Covid-19: Getting to Grips with Respiration

In the battle against the coronavirus, hospitals are being forced to adopt new technologies to stem the flow of patients.…

2020-05-15 - Dennis Goldenson

Edge Intelligence: When Edge Computing Meets AI

Edge computing provides an opportunity to turn AI data into real-time value across almost every industry.

2020-04-30 - Sally Ward-Foxton

AI Chip Market to Reach $70B by 2026

Remarkable growth is predicted from today’s $8 billion market, driven by cloud-based virtual assistants and financial services companies.

2020-04-30 - Maurizio Di Paolo Emilio

AI-based Soft-switching Enables Efficient Power Conversion

Pre-Switch delivers efficiency and performance benefits to a wide range of applications, including electric vehicles and renewables.

2020-04-29 - Junko Yoshida

Interview: No Winners In U.S.-China AI War

Economist Dieter Ernst worries that "Technology warfare based on crude techno-nationalism is threatening to destroy AI’s global knowledge-sharing culture...

2020-04-27 - Geoff Tate

Why Software Matters in the Age of AI?

Inference chips typically have lots of MACs and memory but actual throughput on real-world models is often lower than expected.…

2020-04-24 - Junko Yoshida

China’s AI Superiority: Myth or Reality?

Economist Dieter Ernst agrees there is a lot of AI-related activity in China, but argues it's the wrong kind of…

2020-04-16 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Hardware-Software Co-Design to Accelerate Binarized Neural Networks

BNNs, on threshold of commercialization, will drastically reduce model memory footprint for endpoint applications...

2020-04-15 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Neuromorphic Computing vs AI Chips: Compete or Complement?

Both AI and neuromorphic computing run neural networks, but it doesn’t necessarily follow that they will go head-to-head.