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4|24|2015 There are many ways to define artificial intelligence. One I remember hearing decades ago was that a computer could be considered to be intelligent if ...

4|23|2015 A couple of weeks ago, I was in the UK to celebrate what would have been my dear old dad's 100th birthday. The way this all came about was that I was ...

4|22|2015 My chum Duane Benson just sent me an incredible clock based on a 60-element NeoPixel ring from Adafruit, the whole thing being powered by a custom ...

4|22|2015 The history of scientific discovery is littered with examples of "pathological science" -- an area of research where experimenters are tricked into ...

4|20|2015 It's no secret that I love science fiction. One of the genre's I particularly enjoy is the "something happens to almost everyone else and you are one ...

4|20|2015 I recently started reading a book, Super Intelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies, by Nick Bostrom. I was surprised to find the following text in the ...

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Make Field-oriented Motor Control Affordable
Dave Wilson
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Field-oriented control has permanently changed the way engineers think about motor control. But in order to work, it needs to know the angle of the rotor flux axis. If you ...

Junko Yoshida

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Why Connect Cars?
Junko Yoshida
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Let me be clear. I am neither Luddite nor alarmist. But I can’t help wondering if benefits of the “Connected Car” outweigh its risks.

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Time Flies Like an Arrow & Fruit Flies Like Bananas
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There are many ways to define artificial intelligence. One I remember hearing decades ago was that a computer could be considered to be intelligent if it could work out ...

Larry W. Sumney, Semiconductor Research Corporation

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Basic University Research Key to Industry Progress
Larry W. Sumney, Semiconductor Research Corporation
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For more than three decades as President and CEO of Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), it has been my pleasure to be part of the advancement of humanity and our ...

Matt Crowley, Vesper

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MEMS Seeks its Moores Law
Matt Crowley, Vesper
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Many industry pundits have declared that the cost-reduction aspect of Moore’s Law has already ended, even as linewidths continue to shrink. It is hard to imagine a ...

Martin Rowe

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Friday Quiz: EMI and EMC
Martin Rowe
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There are many sources of information on EMC/EMI/RFI/ESD available online and in print, including numerous articles on EDN and EE Times such as those in The EMC ...

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