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Deep Learning’s Long Development Continues Wang Dongang
Learn about the early scientific research, biomimetic principles, and algorithm structures pertaining to neural network algorithms. We also tackle the development of neural networks and analyze current research and future development and application trends in the field of neural networks.

Rise of MicroPython in Embedded Development Mike Parks
Embedded systems rely on tight integration of hardware and firmware. For decades, the C language has dominated because of its performance characteristics. Today though, MicroPython is rapidly gaining interest in educational and maker communities as an intriguing alternative for numerous reasons.

Global Access to AI as a Force for Good Jon Gabay
Artificial intelligence conjures up science fiction and terrifying robots. In reality, AI is working for the good, outperforming humans on many levels, and marketed to companies in search of patterns in large data sets. What if it could find these patterns and prevent illnesses?

How Nanotechnology Has Impacted Transistors Liam Critchley
Transistors are a staple component in many electronic devices and have continued to get more powerful and smaller. There are size limitations with current methods, so scientists have turned to nanomaterials and nanofabrication methods to create smaller and more efficient transistors.

AI’s Origin Traced to Ancient Greece Jürgen Schmidhuber
Today’s AI and deep learning builds on over 2,000 years of work by many brilliant innovators from around the world. To understand where AI is headed, it helps to understand how it got where it is today. Let’s take a quick tour of the origins of AI.

Mesh Networking for Smart Buildings and IoT Will Abdeh
Bluetooth® mesh networking promises to accelerate smart buildings, IoT design, and deployment. This blog explores the basics of Bluetooth mesh networking and describes how ON Semiconductor develops the products and tools to help speed your design.

5 Questions for Clock Tree Designers Tyler Wojciechowicz
Clocks and oscillators run your components and ensure everything is operating systematically. Although timing parts are common and important, they are often overlooked compared to the rest of a design. Ask yourself these five questions when designing a clock tree.

Understand When and Why System Reliability Matters Christine Young
As much as we try to avoid or prevent it, failure does happen. The important thing is to be prepared for failure, so we can quickly address or resolve it. But not all failures are alike.

Turn Your Home Into a Tech Learning Center Tommy Cummings
The route to becoming a technical engineer is as close as the home computer or laptop, which is a good thing while staying close to home. Tools are plentiful, and they’re a few clicks away. Here are a few of the resources available on Mouser.com.

How Single Pair Ethernet Is Becoming the DNA of IIoT Verena Neuhaus
Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) is quickly becoming a mega-trend in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Here, we explore SPE, its advantages, how it is transforming industrial data transmission, and how SPE supports the future of industrial network technology.

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