Intel Drives FPGA Expansion

The winds of change are blowing strongly in the FPGA market these days. As programmable logic has matured, a number of lucrative market opportunities have opened up, driven by the rapid deployment of 5G, the revolution in application of AI technology across numerous design types, the transformation of the data center into a complex heterogeneous computing cluster, the overhaul of automotive and transportation technology, and the … Read More → "Intel Drives FPGA Expansion"

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Artificial intelligence and machine learning take center stage in this week’s Fish Fry podcast. First, we take a closer look at how a new algorithm called ART (Automated Recommendation Tool) is ushering in a new age of enlightenment in the world of synthetic biology. We investigate how this revolutionary new algorithm was tested and what it means for the future of bioengineered cells. Aaron Tersteeg (Intel) also joins … Read More → "AI For Everything!"

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Posted on Nov 28 at 5:41am by MartinCroome
Nice of you to give me a promotion Jim but I'm VP Marketing not CEO! And it's worth mentioning that we collaborate with both UniBo and ETH Zurich. An open source ISA is essential though. Both from a licensing and technical flexibility standpoint.
Posted on Nov 27 at 1:35pm by TexasBubba
Max, News like this tends to cause me to "toss and turn." Knowing from observing history how well the human race handles anything, news like this can be disturbing to me. No thoughts of "sugar plums", and "fairies" dance in my head but vivid dreams of "Terminator" and "I Robot" ...
Posted on Nov 18 at 1:07pm by lakeside
I'm so glad to see this (now 2 year old) article. Today I had to install Onedrive on my personal desktop PC so that I could more easily interact with some files that my employer keeps in MS Teams. I typically work from a virtual machine on this desktop, but wanted ...
Posted on Nov 9 at 11:06am by Jim Turley
Of course there are other open-source and/or free choices. Always have been. But today, RISC-V seems to be the default choice among those alternatives, for all the reasons you and I enumerated.
Posted on Nov 9 at 11:03am by Jim Turley
Sure. You can run a real-time operating system (RTOS) on any type of processor, large or small. The RTOS does not run *in addition to* another operating system, like Windows or Linux or MacOS. It runs *instead of* those other operating systems. If you want your x86 computer to run ...
Posted on Nov 6 at 7:51am by Max Maxfield
Well, mine is a bit full at the moment -- let's start in yours :-)
Posted on Nov 5 at 11:17am by cowduo
Super cool! I immediately started making a list of all the hacking chips I could make. Wi-Fi passwords (easy); Electric and gas meter mesh networks (already been done); HDMI cracker and converter (not too hard); AI for bots and creeps that automatically identify and self-modify to get through social network ...
Posted on Nov 2 at 1:06am by 迈克尔0820
Different motors can be used in medical instruments. Maybe u will be interested in it! http://metonec.com/
Posted on Oct 28 at 2:04pm by brucehoult
It's simply not true that there are no legal alternatives to RISC-V if your sponsors require you to use an "entanglement-free" instruction set. There are a number of other choices, including OpenRISC, SPARCv8 (fairly widely used in Europe in the form of the LEON core), SuperH (including SH4 now). Proponents ...
Posted on Oct 28 at 4:53am by Pravi21
Is it possible to run RTOS on a x86 architecture? As far I have understood RTOS is for low end microcontrollers where as general purpose os is for high end architectures. RTOS are developed to bring some OS concepts to microcontrollers. See the link below. https://engineersasylum.com/t/how-to-get-started-with-rtos/258 ...
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