The electronics industry is fertile ground for innovation these days, powering the creation of intriguing new products across sectors like the internet of things (IoT), autonomous vehicles, wearable devices, and microelectronics for implantable medical devices. In one instance, research engineers at Purdue have reportedly come up with a powerful transistor that can perform double duty: By processing and storing information, it shows potential to make computing faster and more efficient.
At the same time, it’s becoming more and more common to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) into integrated circuits, or ICs. Often, the goal is to enable predictions of human behavior that can help people make their routines faster or more efficient.
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