Electronic Specifier Articles
Microsoft’s £2.5 billion investment in UK AI
The Chancellor has recognised Microsoft's significant investment in AI infrastructure and skills as a key element for future growth and innovation, enhancing the UK's stature in science and technology.
Top 5 micros products in November
Electronic Specifier takes a look at the top 5 micros products to have been released in November 2023.
Amazon Q AI joins the chatbot race
Amazon recently announced its entry into the AI chatbot market with the introduction of Amazon Q, a tool designed to enhance business productivity.
Teaching robots to be even smarter by asking questions
A team of Princeton University and Google engineers have found a novel method of teaching robots to be even smarter through the use of LLMs.
Top 5 IoT products in November
Electronic Specifier takes a look at the top 5 IoT products to have been released in November 2023.
Top 5 power products in November
Electronic Specifier takes a look at the top 5 power products to have been released in November 2023.
Happy birthday ChatGPT! A look back on the past year of conversational AI
A year ago, the AI world witnessed a significant leap forward with the introduction of ChatGPT. As it celebrates its first anniversary, we reflect on how this innovative AI model has transformed numerous industries and everyday life.
University of Bristol demo robots monitor pipes with acoustic wave sensors
A novel method for inspecting large pipe structures using mobile robots equipped with guided acoustic wave sensors has been successfully demonstrated by a team at the University of Bristol.
AI-powered car goes ice skating
Researchers at the University of Surrey recently conducted an innovative experiment at Guildford Spectrum, testing a car powered by AI for anti-skidding capabilities on an ice rink.
Africa shines bright in the solar power marketplace
Africa is the only region in the world where conditions for solar power exceed typical “excellent” benchmarks, discovers Caroline Hayes.
London EV Show: the future of EV charging and cybersecurity
At the London EV Show, Electronic Specifier spoke with Iain Davidson, Senior Product Manager at Wireless Logic, about the critical role of secure connectivity and advanced data analytics within the EV charging industry.
F1 AI to police track limits in the future
The FIA has recently concluded trials of a new F1 AI system at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to enhance the monitoring of track limits in Formula 1. This initiative is part of an effort to expedite the process of evaluating track limit violations.
London EV Show: ultra-rapid charging hubs announced by TFL
At the London EV Show, Alex Gilbert, Head of Energy and Electrification; Commercial Development at Places for London, a TFL property company, unveiled plans to deploy electric vehicle (EV) ultra-rapid charging hubs across London.
London EV Show: industry leaders unite to shake-up EV charging infrastructure
A partnership that will accelerate the rollout of the UK’s public and private Electric Vehicle (EV) infrastructure has been announced at the London EV Show.
UF and NVIDIA advance AI-generated medical notes
A recent collaboration between the University of Florida and NVIDIA has resulted in an AI program capable of generating medical notes that are practically indistinguishable from those written by human doctors.
Google Pixel 8 Pro gets anticipated AI Core update
Users of the Pixel 8 Pro are set to receive a new update for Google's AI Core app, enhancing AI-based capabilities.
Two planets become testing ground for next-gen Mars helicopter
In a groundbreaking development, two planets, Earth, and Mars, have become testing grounds for the future of aircraft designs.
Back for 2024! The Electronics Excellence Award at Embedded World
At Embedded World 2024, Electronic Specifier will once again be celebrating the very best of the industry with its Electronics Excellence Award.
Revolutionising battery technology … with soap
In a study published in Nature Materials, a collaborative effort by Brown University and Idaho National Laboratory engineers have uncovered potential advancements in the longevity of lithium batteries.
Brain-inspired AI code library passes 100,000 downloads
UC Santa Cruz's Assistant Professor Jason Eshraghian has achieved a notable milestone in the field of AI with his development of the snnTorch Python library.