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Emerging Memories And Artificial Intelligence

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On August 29, 2019 I put on a workshop on Emerging Memories and Artificial Intelligence at Stanford University put on by the Stanford Center for Magnetic Nanotechnology and Coughlin Associates. We had several interesting speakers talking about various types of artificial intelligence and the role that new non-volatile memories will play in both training AI models and implementing them in the field using inference engines. This piece will talk about some of the material presented at this workshop. Dr. Shan Wang, co-organizer of the event gave a introduction, talking about emerging non-volatile memories and in particular on Magnetic Random Access Memory (MRAM). He spoke about how various new memories work--in particular Resistive RAM (RRAM), Phase Change Memory (PCM), MRAM and Ferrroelectic RAM (FRAM).


Emerging Memories And Artificial Intelligence

#artificialintelligence

On August 29, 2019 I put on a workshop on Emerging Memories and Artificial Intelligence at Stanford University put on by the Stanford Center for Magnetic Nanotechnology and Coughlin Associates. We had several interesting speakers talking about various types of artificial intelligence and the role that new non-volatile memories will play in both training AI models and implementing them in the field using inference engines. This piece will talk about some of the material presented at this workshop. Dr. Shan Wang, co-organizer of the event gave a introduction, talking about emerging non-volatile memories and in particular on Magnetic Random Access Memory (MRAM). He spoke about how various new memories work--in particular Resistive RAM (RRAM), Phase Change Memory (PCM), MRAM and Ferrroelectic RAM (FRAM).


Emerging Memories And Artificial Intelligence

#artificialintelligence

On August 29, 2019 I put on a workshop on Emerging Memories and Artificial Intelligence at Stanford University put on by the Stanford Center for Magnetic Nanotechnology and Coughlin Associates. We had several interesting speakers talking about various types of artificial intelligence and the role that new non-volatile memories will play in both training AI models and implementing them in the field using inference engines. This piece will talk about some of the material presented at this workshop. Dr. Shan Wang, co-organizer of the event gave a introduction, talking about emerging non-volatile memories and in particular on Magnetic Random Access Memory (MRAM). He spoke about how various new memories work--in particular Resistive RAM (RRAM), Phase Change Memory (PCM), MRAM and Ferrroelectic RAM (FRAM).


New Memories Enable Neural Networks And In-Memory Computing

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At the 2019 IEEE IEDM conference put on by the IEEE Electron Devices Society and the companion MRAM Global Innovation Forum put on by the IEEE Magnetics Society there were talks and workshops outlining the future of solid-state memory and storage. The 2018 IECM had the strongest focus on solid-state memory of any of these conferences I have attended. This blog will focus on non-volatile presentations from the conference. MRAM technology for embedded product applications shows promise for Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence and many other applications. Samsung is one of the companies who have committed to bringing out embedded MRAM in their foundry business.


Samsung, SAP to cooperate on next-gen in-memory platforms

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Samsung Electronics and SAP will work together to develop in-memory platforms that will substantially increase processing for next-generation computing, the companies have announced. The in-memory database allows the saving of massive amounts of data on the main memory of a device that processes information of the CPU. It also allows for a faster data processing speed. The firms set a joint research centre at Samsung's Hwaseong campus, where its device solution, or semiconductor, research labs are located. They will start co-development next month.