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Clemson Student Uses Artificial Intelligence to Gain 10x Speedup on Altera Cyclone FPGA

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PacRim Jim
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Strong AI-based prediction
PacRim Jim   1/25/2014 5:00:47 PM
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The strong AI app running on my overclocked TRS-80 predicts that this student will have no problem finding a job.

Brian at Impulse
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Examples vs. Tools
Brian at Impulse   1/24/2014 10:25:41 AM
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I really like little examples like this. Sometimes it is hard to explain to a sw developer how compilation to hardware works. Easier to explain in context of a solution like an accelerated game. 

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Just Like Chess
DrFPGA   1/23/2014 4:38:16 PM
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Cool application. Very similar to the chess and checkers playing FPGAs I blogged about over on all programmable planet!

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