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Using Adaptive AI to Improve the Gaming Experience Michael Matuschek
AI in modern games is designed to provide a rewarding experience for as many players as possible in order to maximize a game's lifespan. Advances in hardware and cloud gaming services are providing ever increasing opportunities for this so-called hyper-personalization.

Battle for Quantum Computing Developers Heats Up Sylvie Barak
Quantum computing continues to generate buzz. Previously rooted firmly in physicists’ realm, today’s quantum computing make it easier for non-physicists to get involved. The current talent pool is small and being snapped up fast.

Deep Learning Spearheaded by GPUs M. Tim Jones
As AI shifted to a focus on artificial neural networks, hardware accelerators soon followed to address power-hungry servers as well as power-efficient embedded devices. Even custom hardware has appeared illustrating the popularity and power of deep learning.

Prototype Pulse Oximetry Applications Using Maxim Boards Greg Toth
The Maxim Integrated MAX32620FTHR and MAX30101WING enable you to prototype heart rate and blood oxygen level applications that can send sensor measurements through the internet to the Medium One IoT platform for data processing and display.

Infineon MERUS™ Audio Amplifier Music to Our Ears Paul Golata
Skip the design and get to your development quicker so you can listen to music. See how Infineon MERUS™ Audio Amplifier HAT ZW for Raspberry Pi single-board computers (SBCs) enables the rapid development of wireless music streaming, along with low-power usage and efficiency.

How Unbreakable is the Blockchain? Jon Gabay
Blockchain security has gained attention and praise from many. Looking at the process, software, and weaknesses leaves doubts as to how effective it really is. So, how secure is blockchain?

Languages Evolve to Support AI Development M. Tim Jones
Programming languages were born from AI and evolved to meet the growing demand of AI applications. And as AI algorithms advanced, so did the languages to support new statistical methods and the toolkits that expanded these language’s machine learning capabilities.

Keeping a Virtual Eye on your Assets Greg Toth
The STMicroelectronics LoRa® IoT tracker allows you to prototype asset tracking applications using LoRaWAN™ for low-power, long-range communications to backend services such as data dashboards and moving map displays.

Solving Data-centric Challenges with Intel® Agilex™ FPGAs Adam Kimmel
Solving data-centric problems requires flexible solutions that can move, store, and process data efficiently. Learn how Intel® Agilex™ FPGAs provide customized solutions to address the unique data-centric business challenges across embedded, networking, and data center markets.

The Low Cost of Open-Source Firewall Uses Jeff Fellinge
Open-source firewalls from projects such as pfSense and home versions from the commercial vendor Sophos provide sophisticated features at minimal or no cost. These products go beyond simple network filtering to offer security solutions.

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