An AI compute engine is a "beast that must be fed" as it must operate on huge data sets to generate meaningful outcomes. This presentation will discuss architectures that enable this functionality.
Invention often involves creating a solution to a long-felt unmet need. In this talk, Ted Selker will explore the process of invention, and some models for taking it to market and achieving business success.
This presentation should appeal to both those in the "robot space" as well as those curious about it. It will include discussion of some foundational building blocks that can be used to create a robot, and demonstrations including how RoboMaker can be used to design, simulate and deploy a robot at scale.
This event will feature former Lockheed employees who worked on CORONA, America’s first eye-in-the-sky space mission, and the Agena spacecraft upon which the CORONA program depended.
Join the IEEE Silicon Valley Tech History Committee as we look back at the history of how we arrived at today's video conferencing technology, and how Silicon Valley companies played an imporant role in this effort.
CNSV/CPP presents: The Paycheck Protection Program ("PPP") Loan/Grant Program from the CARES Act still has funds available, but time is short. PPP Applications must be made by June 30, 2020. It is directly applicable to Consultants as Sole Proprietors and in other forms of business arrangements.
You will learn about approaches to energy storage including compression, liquefaction, incorporation in inorganic or organic compounds, and the tradeoffs encountered in different methods of storage and distribution.
This talk will introduce macro-developments in the autonomous driving ecosystem over the last 5 years, followed by the work that a team of Harvard and MIT behavioral scientists, computer vision researchers, and machine learning experts is doing to give machines human-like intuition.
This talk will introduce some of the major challenges faced in ultra high‐field Magnetic Resonance Imaging (UHF MRI), and will summarize a number of concepts in engineering and multiphysics that are being researched to overcome these issues.
Operating a consulting business can incur risks, and making a consulting business profitable and rewarding is not easy. Jonathan Sweet, Esq. will discuss tools to help reduce risk and increase profitability and satisfaction for both new and experienced consultants.