ipXchange Weekly Roundup 2 – Three vastly different AI interviews and a solution to drunk driving 

It’s that time again, and ipXchange has had another great week with a mix of CES content as well as some in-house interviews. 

Alif Semiconductor and Innatera presented two extremely disruptive hardware solutions for AI at the edge, and our first ProjeX interview was a great addition to this topic, with Isam Vrce from Chili.CHIPS*ba explaining how he created an FPGA-based neural network for Bosnian speech-to-text conversion. 

Additionally, to fit in with Valentine’s Day, Asahi Kasei Microdevices’ (AKM’s) in-cabin alcohol sensor made for a great public service announcement on date night. 

All’s well that ends well, and next week looks to be very exciting as ipXchange chats with Nigel Toon, author of “How AI Thinks”. Look forward to it! 

Check out the full posts by following these links to the interviews:

Have a great weekend, don’t drink and drive, and as always… 

Keep designing! 

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