How AI is changing the semiconductor market

Posted on Wednesday, Feb 26 2020 @ 13:08 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
EE Times has a new article about how AI is changing the semiconductor space, you can read it over here. The article wraps up some announcements made at last week's ISSCC conference in San Francisco, including the news that Google is now using machine learning to improve place-and-route in IC design.
AI has been the most massive thing in the electronics sector for years, pulling an extraordinary amount of semiconductor research in its direction (along with venture capital and headlines). Acknowledging the obvious, the theme of this year’s Integrated Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) was “Integrated Circuits Powering the AI Era,” and the opening plenary session was constructed to map the extent to which AI has warped semiconductor space.

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