Ex-Applied Materials, Analog Devices officials will head an advisory panel for disbursing CHIPS Act research funding.
Many automotive experts doubted Qualcomm’s ability to make inroads into the automotive market. Not anymore. How did Qualcomm gain respect?
Accelerator chips tailored for deep learning place scads of computing elements near, or in, memory to parallelize the massive computational load.
China’s huge market potential once blinded foreign governments and investors to the dangers inherent in its Communist system. No longer.
Infineon believes there is a way to apply machine-learning algorithms to reduce the cost and power consumption of highly automated vehicles.
Our upcoming webinar will sort the hype from the reality of leveraging virtual worlds.
A National Semiconductor Research Center could be operational by the end of 2023. Will it accelerate chip innovation?
Buoyed by the success of electric vehicles, other transportation sectors including planes, boats and trains are following their own paths toward petroleum replacements in an attempt to lower emissions.
Highly automated vehicles aren’t the only path to safety. Vehicles that understand human drivers and manage their behavior suggest a better, faster path to prevent accidents.
Concluding that China is both a security threat and an unfair economic player, the U.S. will block Beijing’s access to chip technology.
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