2020-03-18 - Sally Ward-Foxton

IBM’s Watson Now Understands Idioms

The technology from Project Debater is now commercially available as part of Watson.

2020-03-11 - George Leopold

Inquiry Finds Fault With Boeing

A House probe of two Boeing 737 Max crashes concludes the aircraft manufacturer and regulators compromised safety.

2020-02-18 - George Leopold

Boeing: Critics Put Software Under the Spotlight

Scrutiny has shifted to the 737 MAX autopilot that enabled rapid software updates.

2019-11-19 - Loring Wirbel

The Rise of AI and What it Means for Engineering Education

Machine learning is transforming software development. Can academia keep pace?

2019-11-04 - Brian Santo

Blog: The Growing Risk of the Fix-It-Later Culture

Some in the high tech industry mistake irresponsibility for "disruption." We can't let those people run the auto industry.

2019-11-04 - Sally Ward-Foxton

‘No-Show’ Groq Peeks Their Head Out

Secretive AI accelerator startup emerges from stealth mode.

2019-10-25 - Nitin Dahad

AnotherBrain Gets More Funding to Speed up Organic AI Chip

AnotherBrain has raised another €19 million in funding to accelerate development of its current software-based ‘organic AI’ solution.

2019-08-20 - Nitin Dahad

Facial Recognition in London

Trials in London use facial recognition to get you your beer faster at the bar, but then also track you…

2019-08-12 - Nitin Dahad

Synopsys To Acquire German Automotive Software Tools Firm

Synopsys to add automotive virtual prototyping to portfolio with acquisition of German simulation and test tools provider QTronic.

2019-03-29 - George Leopold

Boeing 737 MAX: “Baffling” Decisions

The saga of Boeing’s 737 MAX serves as a case study in engineering incompetence, and in engineering ethics – or…