Advanced Computing in the Age of AI|Thursday, July 9, 2020
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Four Innovations Taking Autonomous Vehicle AI to the Next Level

Autonomous vehicles are developed with a wide range of self-driving capabilities. Some vehicles provide basic automation, like cruise control and blind-spot detection, while other vehicles are reaching fully-autonomous capabilities. ...Full Article

Chip Proposals Seek to Revive U.S. Manufacturing

Legislation introduced in the U.S. House and Senate seeks to revive the U.S. semiconductor industry via a roughly $12 billion spending package and tax incentives designed to promote technology ...Full Article

Breaking Down Dark Data Barriers in Asset-Intensive Industries

The phrase “Dark Data” – referring to data that is unknown or untapped – has been bantered around technology conferences for years. Many industries are well on their way ...Full Article

AI Comes to Factory Quality Control

Among the challenges of “re-shoring” manufacturing from China are the vagaries of consumer demand. For example, demand during the pandemic for personal protection gear and toilet paper has far ...Full Article

Nvidia Unveils Two Edge AI Offerings for ‘Smart Everything’

Extending latency-sensitive AI workloads to the edge is the objective of two new products from Nvidia, announced today at the company’s annual (virtual) GPU Technology Conference (GTC), based on ...Full Article

Will COVID Revive Regional Manufacturing?

The vulnerabilities of global supply chains exposed by the pandemic have reignited calls for reconstituting regional production capabilities with the ultimate goal of “reshoring” manufacturing—mainly from China. Those efforts ...Full Article

Blockchain: Streamlining Disrupted Supply Chains During COVID Crisis

Supply chains are increasingly subject to disruption in recent years from trade wars and pandemics, as well as from new demands driven by new technologies, regulations and materials. Modern ...Full Article

IoT Deployments Appear Immune to Pandemic

Internet of Things connections driven by early industrial deployments and pandemic-driven telemedicine applications are projected to reach 83 billion by 2024, a 130 percent growth rate, as IoT platform ...Full Article

Chemical Discovery for Industry, Medical with Carnegie Mellon’s Neural Network Tool

For industrial and medical companies, a central question in modern chemistry is how to identify and synthesize molecules to create useful applications. Even with high performance computing, the research ...Full Article

Pandemic Uncertainty Clouds Chip Forecasts

Uncertainty over the duration and impact of COVID-19 on the global economy is prompting uncertain forecasts in key technology segments like semiconductors, a market that was already seeing steep ...Full Article
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