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Could We Use Nanomaterials to Build Next-Gen AI Hardware? Liam Critchley
AI is becoming an ever-present technology in modern-day society. Nanomaterials are already having a big impact on improving and miniaturizing computing hardware, and AI-specific computing hardware could be one of the next areas that gains significant improvements thanks to nanomaterials.

Where Nanotechnology and Machine Learning Meet Liam Critchley
The fields of nanotechnology and machine learning are impressive in their own rights and will continue to grow into staple technologies of the future. Although both are still relatively new fields, they can be combined in certain scenarios to produce practical solutions to various problems.

New Tech Tuesdays: 2 Cards That Accelerate FPGA Computing Tommy Cummings
High-bandwidth compute applications and diverse workloads are driving the adoption of FPGA chips in accelerator cards, which are their own systems of software, memory, ports, power, etc. New Tech Tuesdays examine two of these cards and their functions.

Solving Data-centric Challenges with Intel® Agilex™ FPGAs Intel®
Solving data-centric problems requires flexible solutions that can move, store, and process data efficiently. Learn how Intel® Agilex™ FPGAs provide customized solutions to address the unique data-centric business challenges across embedded, networking, and data center markets.

‘Works With’ Focuses on Smart Home Training Tommy Cummings
Industry leaders, hardware engineers, application designers, and developers will engage in technical training from beginner to advanced levels. Works With is the largest smart home virtual developer event with over 40 Sessions, 12 Workshops, and six Keynotes.

An Introduction to Nanoelectronics Liam Critchley
As components need to get smaller to accommodate consumer needs, manufacturers need a way of doing this. Nanoelectronics is the creation of electrical components using nanomaterials that can not only reduce the size of the device, but also provide the same, if not better, performance.

Understanding How Quantum Technologies Can Work Liam Critchley
Quantum technologies are starting to be developed, and if realized to their full potential, will be able to outperform classical computing technologies in many ways. Here, we look at the theory behind how basic quantum technologies are starting to work and how certain functions will work in the future.

Protect USB Ports From Nefarious “USB Killers" Paul Pickering
USB ports supply both data communications and charging power to portable and wearable devices, so it’s become more and more critical to protect ports against abuse. Fortunately, there are design techniques that reduce power surge risks to USB ports.

Using Logic to Understand Programmable Logic Devices Paul Golata
Like human minds, computing devices require logic to process information. Programmable logic devices (PLDs) follow a specific set of instructions to control, compute, store, manage, and manipulate electronic information. Several categories of PLDs exist, providing design flexibility.

Flash Storage Configurations: NOR and NAND Paul Pickering
Learn about the differences between NOR and NAND Flash memory and the advantages of either design.

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