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DAC explores the role of AI and ML across the markets

By Caroline Hayes, Eletronics Weekly

The 55th Design Automation Conference (DAC) will cover many topics for chip and system designers. Although diverse, the event reflects the preoccupations of the industry, namely ensuring functional safety in design, and the role of AI and machine learning (ML) in design for today and tomorrow.


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OneSpin Solutions and Austemper Design Systems will both highlight tools for functional safety verification. Austemper will focus on mission-critical system development, with the KaleidoScope tool suite which supports analogue design for concurrent, mixed-signal fault propagation. The automated tool suite has safety analysis, synthesis and verification capabilities for certification-oriented applications. It is used for large scale automotive designs in ADAS and autonomous driving. The concurrent fault simulation includes simulations recommended by ISO 26262 to comply with ASIL requirements.


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