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Home » Processing » Embedded Insiders Podcast – CES 2018: Coughs, Cortanas, and Cars That Aren't Connected
Last week the Embedded Insiders faced the grind of CES 2018, but came away with a bunch of interesting topics to kick off 2018. Most notably, the Insiders encountered some problems with current use of the term, "connected car," listened in on some amazing advances in digital signal processing (DSP) for virtual assistants, and heard that LiDAR was a bunch of sh**.
Tune in and tag along as they explain.
Spectre and Meltdown: A new breed of vulnerability
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