May 4
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The End(point) of AI As We Know It

  Artificial Intelligence (AI) has burst onto the consumer scene in a big way over the last few years. Now most of us have smartphones and smart speakers which allow us to ask natural language questions or make requests and (at least most of the… read more »

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May 1
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Webcast: Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Cognitive Sensing at the Endpoint

Hosted by QuickLogic, ABI Research, General Vision, SensiML and Nepes Friday, May 4th 2018 10:00 AM PDT Register Here AI has emerged as a key technology driver in the cloud and has vast potential to give rise to new applications at the endpoints of the… read more »

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Apr 29
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eFPGA for AI and IoT Applications – Video

QuickLogic’s CTO, Dr. Tim Saxe, was interviewed about using eFPGA for IoT applications by Design and Reuse at the IP SoC Days conference recently held in Santa Clara. Click here to see the video.    

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Mar 12
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Open Source ISA and eFPGA – Creating a New Platform Paradigm

You might have noticed that we just announced that we have joined the RISC-V (pronounced “risk-five”) Foundation. This is a group that came out of the Computer Science Division of the EECS Department at UC Berkeley, advocating the concept of open-source Instruction Set Architecture (ISA)… read more »

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Jan 11
2

Hello from CES!

QuickLogic is demonstrating some of our many customer’ products here at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. In particular, we are showcasing designs from a number of our customers who have chosen our EOS™ S3 sensor processing platform for hearable, wearable and… read more »

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