Electronics center explores machine learning
2/3/2017 00:00 AM EST
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Nine companies and three universities have launched a research effort to see if machine learning can solve some of the toughest problems in electronics design. The center is one of many efforts across the industry trying to tap into the emerging technology.
Like many ideas in tech, “it all started in a coffee shop one afternoon,” said Elyse Rosenbaum, director of the Center for Advanced Electronics through Machine Learning (CAEML).
“We were facing common problems. We needed behavioral models that interfaced across electro-migration and circuit domains and didn’t know how to go about getting them, given that colleagues were interested in different applications,” Rosenbaum said in a panel on the topic at the DesignCon event here.
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