This week my Fish Fry podcast is two parts open source, one part FT8 and one part ham radio! My guest is Colby Gilbert from RadioStack and we dig into the details of Maverick-603 - the first affordable, FT8 receiver with an open source RF chip designed and fabricated using open source chip tools! Also this week, I investigate a new crash avoidance sensor inspired by insects.
This week's Fish Fry podcast is all about photonics and the future of optical computing! Maurice (Mo) Steinman from Lightelligence and I chat about why Lightelligence is on a mission to be the leader in silicon photonics computing, the details of PACE (Lightelligence's first fully integrated optical computing platform), and what sets this computing platform apart from traditional silicon chips.
Quantum computing takes center stage in this week's Fish Fry podcast! Dr. Erik Garcell (Classiq) and I chat about how Classiq is shaking up the quantum computing industry with a revolutionary new process for quantum computing software development. We discuss why Erik believes IP protection is crucial to the development of quantum computing, the details of Classiq's collaboration with Rolls-Royce, and why today is a the perfect time to jumpstart your quantum computing journey. Also this week, I check out a new research study that aims to answer: Can OpenAI's GPT-3 program help detect early signs of Alzheimer's disease?
Happy New Year from The G Talk Podcast! We have a full house on the first pod of the year. I am joined by Yasmeen, Griff, Big Pat, Marissa, and Devyn. We begin with intros and get into the news week (4:04). Big Pat gives us his theory on first dates (35:27). We go around the room and give our Christmas recap (46:57). We go around the room and share what 2022 has taught us (01:12:44). We close the pod with a discussion on dating within the friend group (01:34:50). Happy New Year people, share with a fellow young adult! Music: LOYALTY x Kendrick Lamar ft. Rihanna
Episode 139 the Christmas edition is here... and the boys discuss Christmas shopping, cats and dogs, Justified article, Yellowstone is expensive, Elliots Christmas Party, Oak Hill game, more Elliots, early Sunday morning apologies, Vargo's mom is chill, Barkley at the Fish Fry, Franco Harris, Perez denied waiver (brief pause for the Godfather), Jefferson in the portal and other landing spots, signing day, Buffalo review and look ahead, ghost of Christmas past present and future, more surprised by how we shot the ball or defended, NFL weekend, best old school Christmas movies and underrated Christmas movies, and Christmas party stories.
Integrated circuits once again take center stage in this week's Fish Fry podcast! Brandon Bautz (Cadence Design Systems) and I chat about the challenges of IC design closure today, how distribution and optimization can help address these growing design challenges, and the details of Cadence's Certus Closure Solution. Also this week I investigate a new soft robot developed by Cornell University that can detect damage and heal itself!
In my Fish Fry podcast this week, Amol Borkar from Cadence Design Systems joins me to discuss the evolution of always-on devices, the role that AI and sensors are playing in the trajectory of always-on device development and the requirements needed for the next generation of always-on devices.
AI once again takes center stage in this week's Fish Fry podcast! Johanna Pingel from MathWorks and I discuss the differences between complexity vs. explainability in artificial intelligence, how you will know if explainability is right for your application and how explainability will impact the future of AI. Also this week, I examine how AI could predict extreme wildfire danger.
Just Take Five this week with Chris in the Outer Banks to learn everything you need for a fish fry. From what to ask when you're at the fishmonger to a recipe that can't be beat, Just Simply… Cuisine has got you covered.
What do 5G, the Open Eye MSA Group and Mars regolith have in common? This week's Fish Fry podcast! First, Raza Kahn (Semtech) and I chat about the current state of 5G Wireless infrastructure, the details of Semtech's new Tri-Edge solution aimed at next generation data centers, and how the Open Eye MSA Group is helping accelerate the adoption of PAM4 optical data center interconnects. Also this week, I examine a new research project developed by a team from the University of Washington that opens up the possibility of 3D printing on Mars!
In this week's Fish Fry podcast, Ben Gu from Cadence Design and I chat about bringing AI to the world electronic system design! We investigate the electronic system design challenges engineers are facing today, the benefits that AI brings to electronic system optimization and the details of Cadence's Optimality Intelligent System Explorer. Also this week, I examine a new laser charging system developed by researchers from Sejong University that was able to wirelessly transmit power over one hundred feet.
Have you heard about the artificial leaves that generate clean fuel? In this week's Fish Fry podcast, I investigate the details of new flexible autonomous floating artificial leaves developed by a team of researchers from the University of Cambridge that can generate clean fuel from sunlight and water. Also this week, Viktor Vikulov (DANNIE) and I discuss why edge machine learning is the next evolutionary step for IoT, how edge ML could help save personal information in public places, and what kind of challenges we will face in terms of edge machine learning in the future.
We met up with Rusty Holland, Executive Director of Concern Hotline and Brad Veach, Executive Director of Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival at Brad's office to learn the details about their upcoming event collaboration happening Labor Day weekend. The pair explained how and why this partnership was formed and discussed all the benefits of teaming up going into their second year working together. The weekend kicks off at the Frederick County Fairgrounds on Friday, September 2, 2022 at 4pm with the 23rd Annual Concern Hotline Friday Fish Fry Celebration. The fried fish dinner includes all the fixins: red beans & rice, cole slaw, cornbread, cookies, AND a new surprise for 2022! Junkfood returns to rock the Lykens Fish Fry Stage along with DJ Skyhigh and other area agencies spreading their message of hope to our communities til 9 pm. Get your tickets online here or visit any of their ticket outlets: Groves Harley Davidson, Lykens Chiropractic or Two Fat Butchers. On Saturday and Sunday, enjoy local BBQ, craft beer, hard cider, live music, bourbon tasting, a Cornhole Tournament and other fun tailgate games at the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival® HoneyCar BBQ & Brews. The event takes place from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm on Saturday, September 3, 2022 and Noon to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 4, 2022. Enjoy a wide selection of BBQ from on-site vendors who will be serving up pulled pork, ribs, brisket, chicken and lots more with all the fixins'. Other food options will be available on-site. Stop by the local artisan and crafter booths to check out their selection of unique, custom and handmade goods. Tickets are on sale at https://www.thebloom.com/2022-bbq--brews.html.
In this week's Fish Fry podcast, David Jones (Infineon) and I chat about Infineon's new battery-powered Smart alarm system. We examine the role that AI and machine learning-based sensor fusion plays in this industry-first acoustic event detection and alarm system and why this kind of battery-powered home security sensor systems could be a game-changer for homes and businesses alike. Also this week, I investigate a new self-charging device developed by a team of researchers from National University of Singapore that can generate electricity from moisture in the air.
In this week's episode of Fish Fry, Mahesh Turaga (Cadence Design Systems) and I dig into the details of the Cadence OnCloud platform. We investigate why designers are turning to the cloud for EDA, system design, and a whole lot more. Also this week, I check out a new artificial synapse developed by MIT that runs a million times faster than the human brain!
In this episode, Crawly and Dustin recap the Marlins series, break the news of Jason Heyward being DFA'd next season, interview Max Bain of the Tennessee Smokies, and preview the upcoming series with the Nationals. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Move over off-the-shelf chips, bespoke silicon is coming your way! In this week's Fish Fry podcast, Walt Hearn from Ansys joins me to discuss the rise of bespoke silicon, the need for open multi-physics platforms, collaboration in the EDA ecosystem, and more. Also this week, I investigate a new bacteria powered wearable device developed by a team of researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. (Spoiler Alert: The bacteria works better when it's dead!)
You just can't differentiate between a robot and the very best of humans. - Isaac Asimov Robotic innovation and the future of human-machine interfaces take center stage in this week's Fish Fry podcast! Keith McMillen (CEO, Founder - BeBop Sensors) joins me to chat about BeBop's Intelligent Sensing Technologies which can transform any surface into a touch surface that naturally blends into its environment. We dig into the details of BeBop's RoboSkin that can provide robots with the sense of touch and discuss why Keith believes that intelligent interfaces will change how we interact with machines in the future. Also this week, I take a closer look at a new robotic learning method called WHIRL developed by a team of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University that could make teaching robots easier than ever before.
In this week's Fish Fry, we are talking about electrostatic multi-nozzle printing technology, industrial microfabrication, and life-like lasers! Walter Braun (COO – Scrona) and I investigate the biggest challenges facing the microfabrication industry today, why Walter believes that the next wave of semiconductor innovation will rely on novel semiconductor packaging, and the details of Scrona's multi-nozzle printing technology. Also this week, I examine new self-organizing lasers built by a team of researchers from Imperial College London and University College London that could lead to new materials for sensing, computing, light sources, and displays.
“What gets measured gets improved.” - Peter Drucker In this week's Fish Fry podcast, Daniel Schoenfelder from Altium joins me to discuss the EDDI (Electronic Design to Delivery Index) report, how it can help you source components for your next design and what it can tell us about where the supply chain stands today. Also this week, I take a closer look at a new machine learning algorithm developed by the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory that can predict how long a lithium-ion battery will last.
Software defined instrumentation takes center stage in this week's Fish Fry podcast! Ben Nizette and I chat about how Liquid Instruments is changing the face of test and measurement. We examine each of their hardware platforms and investigate why this kind of flexible, modular, reconfigurable, and shareable instrumentation is the way of the future. Also this week, I check out the first commercially viable flexible plastic microprocessor chips developed by a team of researchers at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and British flexible electronics manufacturer PragmatIC Semiconductor.
The Internet of things is not a concept, it is a network, the true technology enabled network of all networks” - Edewede Oriwoh In this week's Fish Fry podcast, Marc Pegulu from Semtech and I chat about the future of IoT, the pros and cons of the various networks we need to support our Internet of things ecosystem, and where LoRa and LoRaWAN fit in the grand scheme of IoT. I also examine how an off-the-shelf IoT wearable device is able to detect COVID-19 infection before symptoms appear for the first time.
We are sowing the seeds of innovation in this week's Fish Fry podcast! Peggy Carrieres from Avnet and I investigate the global supply chain challenges facing our engineering community today. We take a closer look at the role sustainability will play in the future of electronic design and how Avnet's visual libraries called "Avail" can help you navigate a variety of supply chain and design chain issues. Also this week, I highlight a group of researchers from the University of Florida who have grown plants in lunar soil for the first time! I examine how this research could not only help develop food sources for future astronauts living and operating on the Moon and on Mars, but also how it could help us overcome stressful conditions in food-scarce areas here on Earth.
The arrival of Covid-19 in 2020 scrapped Bemidji's Take A Kid Fishing event in 2020, and 2021 didn't happen either. But in 2022, the event has returned and today's show is live from the annual Fish Fry wrap up at Lake Bemidji State Park.
In Episode 013 Taryn (Hot Pan Kitchen) talks with Kathy Berget from Beyond the Chicken Coop about having a fish fry! Kathy goes over everything you need to have a successful fish fry when camping, including the gear, the recipe, and prep tips. She and Taryn also discuss side dishes and of course Kathy talks about her tartar sauce recipe because you can't have fried fish without tartar sauce! Kathy also mentions a grilled chicken recipe that she can't get enough of lately.
Can big data and artificial intelligence help solve the problems plaguing the semiconductor industry? That is exactly the topic of this week's Fish Fry podcast! Athinia CEO Laura Matz joins me to discuss how Athinia is using AI and big data to solve critical semiconductor challenges. We discuss collaboration across the semiconductor industry, how Athinia is creating new insights in material optimization, and why military-grade requirements for data security are integral to Althinia's cloud infrastructure and operations.
Are you ready for some exciting nanocrystal technology? I certainly hope so! In this week's Fish Fry podcast, Igor Coropceanu joins me to discuss how he and a team of fellow researchers at the University of Chicago discovered a new way to make nanocrystals function together electronically. We explore why this breakthrough in nanocrystal technology could lead to future devices with new abilities, what applications this would be a perfect fit for, and why this study reflects a step forward in new material research as well.
Let's talk about chips! In this week's Fish Fry podcast, Dr. Eyal Cohen (Co-founder and CEO of Cognifiber) joins me to unpack the photonic computing revolution. We investigate the details of Cognifiber's glass-based chips, proprietary fibers, and embedded waveguides, and why the advancement of this kind of technology could revolutionize the world of edge computing. Also this week, I take a closer look at a new nanocellulose paper semiconductor developed by a team of researchers at Osaka University.
Season 3 Episode 5 drops this Thursday! This week we welcome Andre Boyd from Second Chance of North West Florida to speak about the 25th Annual Blessing Of The Fleet happening May 14th in Historic St. Andrews. The Fish Fry will begin serving at 11:00am with Sock Burning event to follow. Processional of water vessels starts at 12:00 noon. Proceeds benefit Second Chance of Northwest Florida, a local non-profit organization that provides services to brain injury survivors and their families in the community. Visit Second Chance at http://schance.orgIf you like this content please leave a comment/like/follow/subscribe Episodes of The St. Andrews Jezebel Podcast drop every ThursdayFollow The Podcast On Facebook @TheSt.AndrewsJezebelPodcast Instagram @Thestandrewsjezebelpodcast Follow @Keepstandrewssalty on FacebookCreditsLos AntojitosFloriopolisFinnsOaks By The Bay ParkSecond ChanceUncle Ernie's SunjammersHunt's Oyster BarPanama City Publishing MuseumSt. Andrews MerchantsThe Market At St. AndrewsSt. Andrews Mardi GrasDestination Panama CityBeachy BeachBrit GonzalesJennifer VigilStan CruzTyndall Federal Credit Union
On today's episode of the HowToBBQRight Podcast, Memphis In May is moving to Midtown this year (00:47), and there's a new Outlaw Pit on Malcom's wishlist (02:58). The latest and greatest Killer Hogs BBQ Sauce is now on the shelves (07:47), which formulates the age-old question about Mayonnaise shelf life (11:36). Malcom walks me through the process of bottling sauces and rubs (14:38), from finding a Co-Packer, to translating your recipe (18:41) and finally getting the new product on store shelves (28:34). We had a Fish Fry this weekend (31:18), with some easy and delicious Hush Puppies (35:02). Malcom insists he is still the Catfish KING (42:26). He's perfected his crispy wings on the Pellet Grill (44:07). Walmart is now OFFICIALLY the place to buy steaks (50:22). Is it possible to hold a turkey, post-cook, for TWO days (53:33)? Malcom's planning a BIG weekend in New Orleans (57:45).
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