A panel of experts at DesignCon 2018 said that signal integrity, power integrity, and electromagnetic integrity aren't going to be separate disciplines any longer. But how can engineers address the new challenges ahead?
Researchers from Florida A&M University-Florida State University have developed a class of printed, carbon-based motion sensors that they said pave the way for ubiquitous, fully integrated, and affordable wearable technology.
Researchers from Finland’s Aalto University have developed a potential memory solution with the design of the basic building blocks of future components for what are called “neuromorphic” computers, which are inspired by the workings of the human brain.
Doomsday scenarios aside, rogue AI still presents significant hazards to safety and productivity in the workplace and in public. And researchers are actively developing means of keep artificial intelligence in check.
Google has launched a cloud-based version of AutoML, its machine learning algorithm capable of programming and training other algorithms, for developers looking to create custom machine learning applications without the need for extensive programming knowledge.