In this week’s Fish Fry, we’re diving deep into the world of neural networks. Pulin Desai (Cadence Design Systems) joins us to discuss the future of implementation of neural networks in embedded systems and how the constantly evolving market of neural networking is driving the need for specialized DSP technology. Also this week, we take a closer look at a colorful new experiment by research scientist Janelle Shane that brought together AI, 7,700 Sherwin-Williams paint colors (along with their RGB values) and one interesting list of neural network-created colors.
Links for June 2, 2017
Constructing A Better Future: Building a Responsible Society through Edge Processing and Bricks for Energy Storage
Cylynt and Stealthy
Advancing into FinFET
From the Fish Fry Vault: The Great Shark Cafe
Running the Long Game: New RISC-V Based SoCs and Using Technosignatures to Find Alien Life
The Dividends of Persistence: Intel’s Optane Memory and Advances in DNA Storage
Hearing is Believing: Artificial Intelligence, Cough Patterns, and Stemming the Tide of COVID-19
Native Connectivity: Bridging the Global Design Gap with Altium 365
Better Hints and Less Misses: A New Holistic Approach to Hardware-based SoC/ASIC Cybersecurity
StoryBoard and Cyborg Eyes: A Revolution in User Interfaces
Building an AI Ecosystem: You Can’t Do it All By Yourself
Calling All Innovators: Why You Should Join the Detect and Protect Challenge
Keeping Pace: Interconnect Standards, Racing Rats, and Combatting COBOL Craziness
Engineering the Edge: How Intel is Looking to Train One Million Engineers
How Happy is Your Chassis?
Return of the Pi!
Adventures in Satellite Security and The SpaceX Comfy Ride to the Moon
Systems and Bodies on Chip
Inventing Actionable Intelligence
Small is Beautiful: Trends in Small Rugged Form Factors and Making Fossil Fuels into Diamonds