EDACafe Industry Predictions for 2024 – Arteris

by Michal Siwinski, On Jan 22, 2024

Emerging Trends and Future Directions in the 2024 Technology Landscape

As 2024 unfolds, a technological revolution is unfolding. Advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), automotive, compute architecture and industrial electronics are reshaping our world. These evolving trends are pivotal in steering us toward a future with unparalleled opportunities.

The Rise of AI and NLP

The acceleration of AI, particularly at the intersection of Deep Learning (subset of Machine Learning) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) where there is a lot of Generative AI and Large Language Models (LLMs) progress, is evident in the rapid progression from ChatGPT 3.5 to GPT-4 with the expected release of GPT-5 by early 2025. This advancement is paralleled by the remarkable engagement with ChatGPT. The current user base has expanded to over 180 million, marking an 80% increase in just eight months. This represents one of the fastest broad adoption rates of a consumer application. Generative AI and LLMs have finally transcended academic realms, increasingly emerging as practical tools that are reshaping industries and demonstrating significant potential for innovation, whether directly or indirectly experienced by users of end applications.

AI’s impact extends to training and inference in enterprise computing and data centers. Companies like Tenstorrent are at the forefront, harnessing AI for innovative compute solutions. The deployment of trained models for inference is crucial in applications ranging from automotive advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) to industrial robotics, disrupting traditional markets and introducing new paradigms in how we approach technology. This rapid technology development across multiple platforms signifies the transformative era of AI.

Arteris‘ technology supports the growing needs of AI, especially in areas like ADAS and Generative AI. Our network-on-chip (NoC) solutions help manage the increasing data and processing needs of ever more advanced machine learning across a broad range of applications. As AI becomes more complex and widespread, Arteris’ solutions are helping to power the next generation of AI advancements, one system-on-chip at time.

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