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Article: Uses And Limitations Of AI In Chip Design

January 15th, 2020: By – Ed Sperling

 

 

OneSpin’s CEO explains what’s changing in AI, where it’s being used, and what still has to be fixed.

 

Raik Brinkmann, president and CEO of OneSpin Solutions, sat down with Semiconductor Engineering to talk about AI changes and challenges, new opportunities for using existing technology to improve AI, and vice versa. What follows are excerpts of that conversation.

 

SE: What’s changing in AI?

 

Brinkmann: There are a couple of big changes underway. One involves AI in functional safety, where you use context to prove the system is doing something good and that it’s not going to fail.
Basically, it’s making sure that the data you use for training represents the scenarios you need to worry about. When you have many vectors of input it’s difficult to cover all the relevant cases. People are looking into how to analyse the data itself for gaps, and for value distribution and vectors. I’ve seen some some good research about this, and some papers talking about verification and different angles to that. People are taking this seriously, and we will see a lot of interesting research as a result.