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Silicon Carbide is being adopted in several power applications. The agreement between ROHM and STMicroelectronics will increase its massive adoption in the Industry. The post Silicon Carbide Boosts Power Electronics appeared first on EETimes.
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Seattle startup runs AI on tiny embedded devices The post Apple Reportedly Acquires Xnor appeared first on EETimes.
Dusting off the crystal ball The post AI Chips: What Will 2020 Bring? appeared first on EETimes.
What I derived from my tour of CES 2020. Dealing with big data, vision vs. lidar, what autonomy really means, and much, much more. The post CES 2020 Deconstructed: 10 Lessons appeared first on EETimes.
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The agreement will help meet demand for silicon carbide ICs for automotive and industrial applications. The post ST Secures Additional SiC Wafers with new $120m SiCrystal Deal appeared first on EETimes.
There’s much potential for ReRAM, but it’s still not in wide production. The post Is ReRAM Ready to Leave the R&D Phase? appeared first on EETimes.
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Samsung Electronics, Micron Technology, and others make steps toward sustainable, low-carbon memory. The post Memory Makers Get a Little Greener appeared first on EETimes.
Trustworthy AI is imperative, but shouldn’t be over-regulated, the White House says. The post White House Proposes Hands-Off Approach to AI Regulation appeared first on EETimes.
Teraki has developed software technology that can resize and filter data, for more accurate object detection and machine learning. The post Teraki Takes ‘Quantum’ Leap on Big Data appeared first on EETimes.
DeCloak developed a chip to de-identify individuals’ private data. The technology lets data aggregation/analysis companies see the forest without seeing any trees. The post Let’s De-identify appeared first on EETimes.