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What's Behind Synopsys’ Interest in Ansys?

What’s Behind Synopsys’ Interest in Ansys?

Chiplets serve as the strongest link between Synopsys and Ansys.
Tech is Redefining How Africa Works

Tech is Redefining How Africa Works

Technology is fostering the creation of a new employment system in Africa for global enterprises and start-ups
ADAS in 2024: Don’t Expect Clarity on Autonomy & Safety

ADAS in 2024: Don’t Expect Clarity on Autonomy & Safety

Will OEMs continue to treat the world’s most valuable car maker, Tesla, as a role model – beyond electrification and over-the-air (OTA) updates?
In 2024; AI here, there and everywhere

In 2024, AI Here, There and Everywhere

As AI applications and software proliferate, we expect leisure, creative and work-place behavior to start changing. Hardware, then, must evolve to meet those varied needs in an energy efficient manner.
How Tesla’s Plea Deal Foiled Autopilot Remedy

How Tesla’s Plea Deal Foiled Autopilot Remedy

A dissection of Tesla’s voluntary recall: What Tesla agreed to as remedy for its vehicles’ Autopilot defect, and what they are getting away with.
TSMC Quagmire: No Holy Lands for Chip Production

TSMC Cannot Justify Taiwan-Centric Chip Production

TSMC, as constituted today, is a potential danger to the electronics supply chain. By now, it should have aced that part about cloning its famed Taiwan manufacturing efficiency everywhere. It has not.
Sameer Wasson’s Vision for MIPS/RISC-V

Sameer Wasson’s Vision for MIPS/RISC-V

MIPS today is RISC-V. Unique to MIPS is that it has figured out a recipe, protecting the strengths of MIPS ISA while leveraging RISC-V to extend and differentiate their cores.
Phil Koopman

2024: Still Waiting for ‘Something Really Bad’

The failures of some AV makers were obvious. But haven’t regulators also failed us as much, or more?
Can Anyone Catch up with Nvidia?

Can Anyone Catch up with Nvidia?

Are there any playbooks AI processor companies can use to catch up with Nvidia? A lot of people are asking that question.
Chiplets: What Lies Below?

Dig Deeper: Why Carmakers Want Chiplets

Bart Plackle, vice president for automotive at Imec, sees chiplets as the only hope for the automotive industry to get the massive computing performance it needs into cars. We ask him why.
Three 'Transparency' Questions for GM/Cruise

Three ‘Transparency’ Questions for GM/Cruise

GM/Cruise want to impress us that they are good citizens working to rebuild public trust. But could the hiring of Exponent Inc., a go-to engineering firm for big corporations with liability problems, be an early sign of insincerity?
Earth to Chip Industry: Love Your Mother!

Earth to Chip Industry: Love Your Mother!

Our series on sustainable semiconductor manufacturing underscores the urgent need to act — sooner rather than later on climate change.
It's time to regulate the AV industry

It’s Time to Regulate the AV Industry

Apply lessons from the aviation industry and get the government involved in the development and use of autonomous vehicles. Safety is paramount. It is that simple.
How Will Nvidia Change -- and Change the Chip Industry?

How Will Nvidia Change — and Change the Chip Industry?

Nvidia’s rise is disruptive to more than just the ranks of semiconductor market leaders. Expect more changes at established chip vendors and startups.
Infineon: Europe’s Overachieving, yet ‘Undervalued’ Chip Gem

Infineon: Europe’s Overachieving, yet ‘Undervalued’ Chip Gem

Infineon has built a fortified products fortress, ensuring it can withstand the industry’s buffeting winds. But challenges are rising in China even as investors undervalue the German chip supplier.
What's the story with 2nm?

What’s the Story with 2nm?

The schedule for 2nm is a little fuzzy. To begin with, there isn’t just one 2nm process. Intel has discussed two, as has TSMC.
Turmoil at OpenAI and Cruise focus AI’s dilemma

Turmoil at OpenAI and Cruise Focus AI’s Dilemma

OpenAI vs. Cruise. The two are different, and yet the chaos at both companies has some common roots.
Does Nvidia Want to Remake the Foundry Business?

Does Nvidia Want to Remake the Foundry Business?

Nvidia is describing itself now as an “AI Foundry.” How does this differentiate the AI chips and platform vendor from its traditional foundry services suppliers?
Cruise: ‘Safety Is Our North Star.’ Really?

Cruise: ‘Safety Is Our North Star.’ Really?

Kamikaze Kyle crashed Cruise credo. Kyle ignored all the signs and went faster still. Why didn’t he stop? Why didn’t anyone stop him? Why didn’t GM fire him?
AI's 'Functional' Imperative

AI’s ‘Functional’ Imperative

What would Frank Capra’s characters say about OpenAI?

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