One of the promising frontiers of research right now in chip design is using machine learning techniques to actually help with some of the tasks in the design process.
Here’s an interesting look at what Google is doing in this space.
We will be discussing this at our upcoming The Next AI Platform event in San Jose on March 10 with Elias Fallon, engineering director at Cadence Design Systems. (You can see the full agenda and register to attend at this link; we hope to see you there.) The use of machine learning in chip design was also one of the topics that Jeff Dean, a senior fellow in the Research Group at Google who has helped invent many of the hyperscaler’s key technologies, talked about in his keynote address at this week’s 2020 International Solid State Circuits Conference in San Francisco.