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Speech Technology Promises More Than Smarter Products Stephen Evanczuk
Sophisticated speech technologies are edging closer to the greater goal of restoring individual voices lost through accident or illness or providing custom voices to those born with speech impairment.

New Tech Tuesdays: Edge Computing Can Take the Edge Off Some Computing Issues Tommy Cummings
In this week's New Tech Tuesday, let's look at artificial intelligence-powered edge computing devices and sensors from Kneron, Advantech, and Axiomtek.

Options for Implementing AI/ML on FPGAs Adam Taylor
FPGAs are well known for accelerating AI/ML applications, but how is this implemented in the FPGA and what are the different approaches? Let’s explore the engineers’ design space.

Interior Vehicle Sensing AI Improves Safety Modar Alaoui
Vehicle interior conditions create surprisingly complicated environments. But by fusing a variety of hardware sensing elements, AI software company Eyeris improves safety and more for 21st-century drivers.

Could AI Help to Create Safer Nanomaterials? Liam Critchley
Stringent safety protocols are in place to ensure that nanomaterials are safe before being used in real-world products. AI has the potential to characterize the toxicity profile of nanomaterials better as well as provide a safer manufacturing environment for their production and integration.

Democratizing AI Development with Edge Impulse Mike Parks
Learn how the democratization of development tools such as Edge Impulse enables designers to create objects imbued with AI-based capabilities

Machine Learning Could Help Cancer Diagnosis in the Future Liam Critchley
Many of the current cancer diagnosis methods are prone to human error. Introducing machine learning to the detection and diagnosis process could yield more accurate results.

How AI Can be Used to Develop Nanomedicines Liam Critchley
Computational methods have been used in pharmaceutical development for many years. AI algorithms are now offering a new way for the pharmaceutical sector to design, synthesize, scale up, and safety-check different nanomedicines.

How Factory Video and AI Accelerate and Optimize Industrial Automation Adam Kimmel
Robotics and data science led the movement to automate manufacturing during a time of uncertainty and dire need. Factory video and AI enhancements will still require human guidance and analysis to ensure data produced and failures encountered are addressed.

Rugged Miniaturization and the IIoT TE Connectivity
As technology continues to evolve, manufacturing finds itself in a shift towards miniaturization. The drive is to make things smaller and more powerful. TE Connectivity provides miniaturized connectors that save space on the PCB without sacrificing the performance of their classical counterparts.

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