Semiconductor Engineering: Get Ready For Dynamic Extensibility

by Madelyn Miller, On Jun 09, 2020

Data Strategy Shifting Again In Cars

June 8th, 2020 – By Brian Bailey

How late can something be deferred during the development process? With dynamically extensible processors, that may be while it’s operating.  

This places additional burdens on the algorithms. “They need something that’s much more specific for the problem they’re trying to solve, such as near real-time vision, while probably mixing that with other sensors like LiDAR and radar,” says Kurt Shuler, vice president of marketing at Arteris IP. “It’s not as general-purpose as something that you’d see from the more academic benchmark. So those guys are having to innovate a lot more than the traditional AI algorithms that you read about.”

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