I'm putting the finishing touches to a proposal that I hope allows me to teach a short course at the local high school this summer or autumn for seniors who plan on entering the sciences. It's a course I've wanted to do for 20 years, drawing on info I've pulled together over 40 years, and I'm confident it'll provide the typical student with new perspectives.
That's because I know from observation that even some with years in the technical fields and academia have long forgotten how to address basic topics ranging from technical terminology to helping their students understand a problem in the simplest way.
In a Strategy Analytics survey, 40% of Americans said they were not at all interested in fully autonomous driving. It's hard to picture those opposing gun control abdicating the freedom of turning their own steering wheel.
Verification remains a key issue in system-on-chip development. The time taken to verify a high-density SoC design to a high level of confidence can lead teams to think the unthinkable. One of these counterintuitive options is to not exhaustively verify a chip before taping out but use the resulting silicon itself as a cornerstone of the verification process.
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