What happens when the building blocks in the lab aren't intellectual property blocks? Write a caption for Daniel Guidera's latest creation!
We've heard of ip blocks but alphabet blocks? What's going on in the lab as sketched out by Daniel Guidera?
Craft a clever caption in the comments field below the cartoon, and you may possibly enter the pantheon of EE Times cartoon caption writers!
Left unsaid in the announcement is what this new partnership entails, and on whose chip Waymo is running the heavy-duty deep-learning algorithms.
Spurred by the growth of low-cost, additive 3D- printing, conductive inks have regained attention in recent years despite having existed for quite some time.
Mentor's Charley Selvidge has been thinking that the operating system of a hardware emulator is a natural evolution of the way software systems are built for emulators.
As FPGA-based realizations become bigger and more complex, synthesis tools that deliver an automated flow are the obvious choice for creating optimized designs in a timely manner.
The industrial IoT (IIoT) has moved from interesting concept to full-fledged revolution, yet embedded developers and industrial engineers are caught between keeping things working and making the “big leap.” Charles J. Lord is here to help.