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Apr 3, 2020
Intel Wants You to Feel the Need for Speed Again
Intel Corp. is trying to sell its new laptop chips in an old way — by emphasizing their speed. The ...
Bloomberg

Apr 3, 2020
Technique reveals how crystals form on surfaces
The process of crystallization, in which atoms or molecules line up in orderly arrays like soldiers in formation, is the ...
MIT News

Apr 3, 2020
Diversity, Parity, Prosperity: Perspective of an Industry Veteran
It's been more than forty years since I earned my degree in chemical engineering from Cornell University, and my professional ...
3D InCites

Apr 3, 2020
Silicon Valley C-Suites: Adapt or Die
Imagine driving along an unfamiliar unlit road, in dense fog, at 100mph, while blindfolded. Crazy, huh? Well, as an industry ...
EE Times

Apr 3, 2020
Startup Reinvents Neural Network Maths, Launches 20mW Edge AI Chip
A silicon valley startup claims it has reinvented the mathematics of neural networks and has produced a complementary edge AI ...
EE Times

Apr 3, 2020
New Gyroscope Design Will Help Autonomous Cars and Robots Map the World
As useful as GPS is, it's not a system that we can rely on all the time. There are many ...
IEEE Spectrum

Apr 3, 2020
Lane Departure Warnings For The Auto Industry
The automotive chip market is undergoing a series of subtle but significant shifts behind the scenes that could have major ...
Semiconductor Engineering

Apr 3, 2020
More Multiply-Accumulate Operations Everywhere
Geoff Tate, CEO of Flex Logix, sat down with Semiconductor Engineering to talk about how to build programmable edge inferencing ...
EE Times

Apr 3, 2020
Safe Autonomy: UL 4600 and How It Grew
Underwriters Laboratories has completed – on schedule – its first standard for Autonomous Vehicles. Called UL 4600, it is published ...
EE Times

Apr 3, 2020
U.S. officials agree on new ways to control high tech exports to China
The Trump administration is tightening rules to prevent China from obtaining advanced U.S. technology for commercial purposes and then diverting ...
Reuters

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