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Easter is the quintessential spring holiday, full of vibrant colors, sweets, and family traditions. And yet, it may also be one of the few holidays with a built-in competition: the infamous Easter egg...

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“Location, location, location” has long been regarded as the most critical factor in determining real estate value. Now, technology is disrupting this essential truth, adding a new dimension...

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Traffic light cameras can generate way too much data for the cloud. Photo by S. Higginbotham. I know I’ve been writing nonstop about the pendulum shifting back to computing on the device (so-called...

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Plenty of companies are talking about artificial intelligence and machine learning today in vague, disconnected terms. It will certainly influence our strategy; not sure how, but everything’s coming...

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“ChrisN219” is the proud owner of an antique Coke machine that he uses to store his favorite beverages. While a very cool decoration, it doesn’t have a way to reveal how many cans are left. To...

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Did you know that 80 percent of users churn within three months of downloading an app? That’s because most apps are marketed to the masses and not necessarily to the right customers. Oftentimes, the...

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The GAP8 processor block diagram for those of y’all who like block diagrams! A few weeks back, I wrote about the need for machine learning at the edge and what big chip firms are doing to address...

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Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are poised to revolutionize the way utilities produce, transmit, and consume energy by powering the modern smart grid. Machine learning is an application...

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ARM believes its architecture for object detection could find its way into everything from cameras to dive masks. Slide courtesy of ARM. You can’t hop on an earnings call or pick up a connected...