An Exclusive Interview with Dr. Gary Patton, CTO of GlobalFoundries

In our recent trip to GlobalFoundries Fab 8, its leading edge facility, we managed to spend some time with the C-level executive that controls the future of this part of our industry: Dr. Gary Patton. Gary is the Chief Technology Officer, overseeing all of GlobalFoundries research, development, and fabrication arms, pushing GlobalFoundries towards the next generation of processes for its customers. This includes the current … Continue reading An Exclusive Interview with Dr. Gary Patton, CTO of GlobalFoundries

Moto G3: Great Phone, Shame About That Back

Motorola has just revved its lineup of smartphones for the third time in as many years. A lot has happened in the past year for Motorola. The company has gone from being one of the largest names in mobile phones to being owned by Google and has now been sold to Chinese computer maker, Lenovo. The phones do not seem to have suffered though and … Continue reading Moto G3: Great Phone, Shame About That Back

Could IBM's Watson Make Experts Obsolete?

When IBM's Watson beat two human challengers to win the TV quiz show Jeopardy !, a collective "Wow!" was heard at just how far artificial intelligence has developed. The show required Watson not merely to answer questions, but to process clues presented in the form of answers and give the correct response in the form of a question, all within milliseconds. Watson had had a … Continue reading Could IBM's Watson Make Experts Obsolete?

Why AI has yet to solidify its role in health care

If you’re searching for an industry that’s defined by innovation and technological progression, look no further than health care. The health care industry is the poster child for the application of new technology. Despite heavy regulations and high barriers to entry, it continues to be a sector where major breakthroughs happen on a regular basis. So, is the health care industry ready for a breakthrough … Continue reading Why AI has yet to solidify its role in health care