Keynote – The Intelligence to Design Intelligent Machines

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Originally Aired - Thursday, February 2 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada); Tijuana

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Location: Elizabeth A. Hangs Theater


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Title: Keynote – The Intelligence to Design Intelligent Machines

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Electronics design is undergoing a revolution as semiconductors are used in more and more market applications. Each has its unique data and workload and requires customized compute and analytics architectures. Advanced semiconductors are implemented in the latest process nodes, in the most complex 3D-ICs, to achieve top performance with more operational flexibility. When the scope is expanded to the full system, complexity further exceeds the traditional siloed engineering teams and methodology. AI is showing promise for addressing the growing complexity, finding optimal design outcomes, and substantially improving overall team productivity. But not all problems are equal. Which are the intelligent system design challenges that AI is best suited for? What impact should be expected from applying AI to these challenges? And what is the frontier of AI solutions for intelligent system design?

This keynote session will begin with the announcement of the 2023 Engineer of the Year Award winner.

Type: Keynote

Pass Type: 2-Day Pass, All Access Pass, Expo Pass

Theme: Data Centers, High-speed Communications


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