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Bench Talk for Design Engineers | The Official Blog of Mouser Electronics


An Engineer's Primer: Designing AI Systems Jon Gabay
AI poses design challenges to engineers classically trained in analog and digital logic design. Fortunately, there are devices, libraries, education, and dev kits to help accelerate the learning curve. Learn more about the types of AI learning, where new AI design differs from classic techniques, and how to accelerate your designs.

Natural Language Processing—Syntax Meets Sentiment Carolyn Mathas
A branch of artificial intelligence, NLP lets computers understand the content syntax and a creator’s intent and sentiment. It combines linguistics, computer science, and AI and involves programming computers to process and analyze copious amounts of natural language. Challenges exist but the draw for programmers is clear.

Distributed Analytics Beyond the Cloud Charles Byers
Analytics, AI, and ML are typically implemented as centralized functions in networks, often residing in the cloud. There is a growing trend to distribute these learning and inference functions between cloud, edge, and endpoint computer capabilities. Here, we’ll look at some of the tradeoffs involved.

Programming Decoded: AI vs. Algorithms vs. ML Stephen Cassar
Artificial intelligence, machine learning and algorithms are terms often used interchangeably. But they shouldn’t be. Let’s look at the differences, why they were created and how and when they’re used.

Battle for Quantum Computing Developers Heats Up SJ Barak
Quantum computing continues to generate buzz. Previously rooted firmly in physicists’ realm, today’s quantum computing make it easier for non-physicists to get involved. The current talent pool is small and being snapped up fast.

The Hottest Things in AI Stephen Cassar
Global spending for artificial intelligence systems is predicted to reach $97.9 billion (USD) by 2023. AI specialists should be on the lookout for emerging trends to diversify their skillset and take advantage of the coming wave of innovation. We explore three emerging trends worth learning.

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