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If it wasn't bad enough that Moore's Law improvements in the density and cost of transistors is slowing. At the same time, the cost of designing chips and of the factories that are used to etch them is also on the rise. Any savings on any of these fronts will be most welcome to keep IT innovation leaping ahead. One of the promising frontiers of research right now in chip design is using machine learning techniques to actually help with some of the tasks in the design process. We will be discussing this at our upcoming The Next AI Platform event in San Jose on March 10 with Elias Fallon, engineering director at Cadence Design Systems.
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Prophesee, a Paris-based startup that has pioneered neuromorphic vision systems, presented this week at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) in San Francisco a new, stacked event-based vision sensor jointly developed with Sony Corp. Designed by Prophesee's event-driven technology, the new sensor was built on technologies engineered by Sony for advanced stacked CMOS image sensors. For event-driven systems, the new sensor offers the industry's smallest pixel size and the industry's highest high-dynamic range (HDR) performance, Prophesee claimed. The brain-inspired sensor would allow industrial machines, robots and autonomous vehicles to see and sense the environment better. The partnership could herald a new era in which AI -- both AI sensing and AI processing -- could take place very close to the sensor, if not yet on the sensor itself, where data is generated. Sony is the world's leading CMOS image sensor company.
The world is now heading into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, as Professor Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman of the World Economic Forum, described it in 2016. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a key driver in this revolution and with it, machine learning is critical. But critical to the whole process is the need to process a tremendous amount of data which in turns boosts the demand for computing power exponentially. A study by OpenAI suggested that the computing power required for AI training surged by more than 300,000 times between 2012 and 2018. This represents a doubling of computing power every three months and two weeks; a number that is significantly quicker than Moore's Law which has traditionally measured the time it takes to double computing power.
Broadcom AVGO recently launched Automation.ai, an AI-based software platform for supporting decision making processes across different industries. Large volumes of data often make digital transformation a challenging regime. This can lead to slower decision making. Automation.ai is a unique platform designed to ease complications stemming from the interference of diverse tools and data, and thereby facilitate informed decision making. Automation.ai correlates and examines data as well as powers Digital BizOps from Broadcom across different types of operations.
One thing is certain: The explosion of data creation in our society will continue as far as pundits and anyone else can forecast. In response, there is an insatiable demand for more advanced high performance computing to make this data useful. The IT industry has been pushing to new levels of high-end computing performance; this is the dawn of the exascale era of computing. Recent announcements from the US Department of Energy for exascale computers represent the starting point for a new generation of computing advances. This is critical for the advancement of any number of use cases such as understanding the interactions underlying the science of weather, sub-atomic structures, genomics, physics, rapidly emerging artificial intelligence applications, and other important scientific fields.
We summarize the implementation of an analog VLSI chip hosting a network of 32 integrate-and-fire (IF) neurons with spike-frequency adaptation and 2,048 Hebbian plastic bistable spike-driven stochastic synapses endowed with a self-regulating mechanism which stops unnecessary synaptic changes. The synaptic matrix can be flexibly configured and provides both recurrent and AER-based connectivity with external, AER compliant devices. We demonstrate the ability of the network to efficiently classify overlapping patterns, thanks to the self-regulating mechanism. Papers published at the Neural Information Processing Systems Conference.
The new Pavilion invites AI hardware innovators to exhibit at DAC in a turnkey solution package SAN FRANCISCO, CA. – February 13, 2020 –The Design Automation Conference (DAC), the premier conference devoted to the design and automation of electronic circuits and systems, will this year showcase a dedicated Pavilion centered on the artificial intelligence (AI) hardware ecosystem. AI hardware is driving the largest wave of chip-design activity in decades. Understanding and harnessing the enormous computational and application potential of AI is fertile ground for new ideas and startup providers. Converting these ideas into working hardware circuits and systems is the core value of design automation, and the major technical focus of 57th DAC. The 57th DAC will be held at Moscone West Center in San Francisco, CA, from July 19-23, 2020.
With a mere 24 hours before Samsung's Unpacked event, leaks of some of its soon-to-be-announced products are still rolling in. In a tweet sent out just three days before Samsung's major product event, Max Weinbach of XDA Developers, who has leaked several other major details about Samsung's forthcoming products, showed off real glimpses of the company's new smart speaker, the Galaxy Home Mini. A video of the smart speaker in action and corresponding literature for the Galaxy Home Mini offer insight into just what the product will do. According to images posted by Weinbach, among the capabilities will be the usual list of voice-activated queries like'what's the weather?' or'play Jazz music' in addition to a range of smart home controls. The sheet leaked by Weinbach also suggests that users will be able to summon Samsung's voice-assistant Bixby to change smart thermostats, turn devices off or on, or with applicable hardware, even change the channel on a TV.