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M. Tim Jones is a veteran embedded firmware architect with over 30 years of architecture and development experience.  Tim is the author of several books and many articles across the spectrum of software and firmware development.  His engineering background ranges from the development of kernels for geosynchronous spacecraft to embedded systems architecture and protocol development. 


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.

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.

How IoT Developers Can Build Users' Trust M. Tim Jones
The Internet of Things could represent a technology that benefits us in enumerable ways or it could evolve into a dystopian future that we would fear. Here, we'll look at how IoT can be our worst fear and what IoT developers can do to build users' trust.

Blockchain Benefits IoT Security in Many Ways M. Tim Jones
Blockchain is the enabling technology for Bitcoin, but it also has various uses in Internet of Things technology. Here, we'll explore blockchain and how it can benefit IoT.

IoT Developers Must Consider Design and Security M. Tim Jones
The landscape of technology for connected device development has exploded recently. A considerable number of challenges are associated with Internet of Things development and deployment, which means designers should consider interoperability, security and data protection, and data fatigue.

How to Scale Various IoT System Levels M. Tim Jones
Scaling means many things in the Internet of Things (IoT). Here we explore the idea of scaling at the various levels of an IoT system.

Machine Learning Playing Key Roles for IoT M. Tim Jones
Machine learning is the future of the Internet of Things (IoT), but not all problems require resource-heavy deep-learning implementations. Let’s explore how other machine learning approaches can be used in today’s IoT devices.

Data Analysis Adds Insights Into IoT M. Tim Jones
Devices are the focus of the Internet of Things (IoT), but the data that these devices generate and the ability to analyze the data are the real value. But what about analytics for the IoT, the challenges it brings, and why is it the core of the IoT?

Keeping Edge Devices Secure in Process Setups M. Tim Jones
Modern processor architectures include security building blocks that can help you design secure edge devices. Here, we'll explore some of the most important features for edge computing and the security measures that will help keep your device and its data secure.

Linux and IoT M. Tim Jones
Linux is the most widely used operating system for the Internet of Things. That's not surprising given the breadth and depth of its capabilities. In this blog, we'll explore Linux, its architecture, and why it's at the center of the IoT universe.

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