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May 30, 2023
How to Get the Most Out of ChatGPT & Bard Chatbots
As the generative AI field heats up, consumer-facing chatbots are fielding questions about business strategy, designing study guides for math class, offering advice on salary negotiation and even writing wedding vows. And things are just getting started. OpenAI's ChatGPT, Google's Bard, Microsoft's Bing and Anthropic's Claude are a few of today's leading chatbots, but over the coming year, we'll likely...
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North American PCB Industry Sales Up 12.1 Percent in April
IPC announced today the April 2023 findings from its North American Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Statistical Program. The book-to-bill ratio stands at 0.89. Total North American ...
X-Ray Supports Quality Assurance, Counterfeit Detection
Contract manufacturer adds reel-to-reel accessory onto existing real-time X-ray inspection system to identify counterfeit tape and reel parts while reducing the cost ...
Technical Paper
What is Quantum Computing and Why Should the Chip Industry Care?
Imagine the scope of a problem that would take even the world's fastest supercomputer years to solve. Now imagine that problem being solved in seconds. This is the promise ...
Meeting Today's Challenge for Low VOC Defluxing Agents for Electronics Manufacturing
Electroless Copper Coverage in Small BVH for Fine Pattern SAP
Brazilian EMS Firm Ensures Quality with X-Ray Inspection
Selective Soldering: A Need for Innovation and Development
Overcoming Mini-LED Paste Printing Challenges
Stencil Cleaning - The Basics of Cleaning Series Part 3
Counterfeit Components Identified With X-ray Inspection
Semiconductor Device Programming
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From self-driving cars to military surveillance: Quantum computing can help secure the future of AI systems
Artificial intelligence algorithms are quickly becoming a part of everyday life. Many systems that require strong security are either already underpinned by machine learning ...
The Relay That Changed the Power Industry
For more than a century, utility companies have used electromechanical relays to protect power systems against damage that might occur during severe weather, accidents ...
IEEE Spectrum
Technological innovation progress comes with rise of 'China's Silicon Valley'
Northwestern Beijing's Zhongguancun, known as "China's Silicon Valley," currently finds itself at the nexus of world attention on scientific and technological innovation. ...
China Daily.com.cn
Self-Powered Beacon Can Reduce Battery Waste
Epishine and Atmosic Technologies recently collaborated to produce a self-powered beacon powered by indoor light that can yield big savings and reduce battery waste, ...
EE Times
Amprius High-Density Batteries Go Aloft
Amprius makes high energy-density batteries that power drones and even aircraft from Airbus. The company is opening its first factory to help send electric aircraft aloft. ...
EE Times
Ferroelectric Semiconductor Demonstrates Reconfigurable Transistor
A team at the University of Michigan has demonstrated a reconfigurable transistor which uses a revolutionary new ferroelectric semiconductor material.
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The Number One Productivity Killer? Meetings
Let's face it. Meetings are necessary evils. In addition, you might be required to take a Zoom call, attend another meeting, check Slack, and answer emails. Do you think ...
5 Tips for Better High-Speed Circuit Design
High-speed circuit design is one of the most fundamental, yet challenging areas of electronics design. High-speed circuits are commonly used today, as standards like USB ...
Design News
Study on Solder Joint Reliability of Fine Pitch CSP
In the future more fine pitch CSP components will be required. However, product reliability has been a big challenge with the fine pitch CSPs.
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Is It Safe to Use Artificial Intelligence in Cars?
With artificial intelligence advancing constantly in our modern world, it's no surprise that we're seeing it pop up in multiple industries, including the automotive industry ...
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Minnesota passes landmark right-to-repair law for electronic devices
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz this week signed into law a new bill that gives consumers the right to repair their electronic devices and gadgets, albeit with a few exceptions. ...
We're still waiting for self-driving cars, but autonomous boats are already here
Fully self-driving cars have been promised for years, but despite numerous road trials and advances in technology, we're still waiting. In 2016, Lyft predicted that most ...
Global Electronic Vehicle Market Almost Reached 11M Units in 2022, IDC Finds
In a recent report from IDC's Worldwide Semiconductor Automotive Ecosystem and Supply Chain, IDC provides an illustrative overview of the current industry ...
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Jun 1, 2023: Aguascalientes Expo and Tech Forum
Jun 7, 2023: EPTECH Vancouver
Jun 13, 2023: Queretaro Expo & Tech Forum
Jun 14, 2023: Webinar: Essential Inspection Requirements in the Era of Convergence
Jun 27, 2023: Symposium on Counterfeit Parts & Materials
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MEK Europe BV
Mek (Marantz Electronics) is an industry leader in Automatic Optical Inspection (AOI) and Solder Paste ...
Cirtronics Corporation
Cirtronics is a contract manufacturer based in Milford, NH. With over 40 years of experience ...
Viscom Inc.
Viscom Inc., a Georgia Corporation since 1998, serves the Americas as the sales, applications and ...
IKONICS Corporation
IKONICS has served as an international leader in the development of imaging technologies for over ...
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Test Your Knowledge
What is the largest artery in the human body?
See answer below.
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Can a Few Contaminated Joints Cause an Assembly to Fail RoHS Compliance?
Can a few contaminated solder joints cause an entire assembly to fail RoHS compliance? Let's say I have 400 lead-free components on a board. All were processed with lead-free ...
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Heraeus Electronics and Bosch Sign Patent and Know-How Agreement
Heraeus Electronics and Robert Bosch GmbH have signed a patent and know-how license agreement at the PCIM Europe exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany. The agreement ...
Heraeus Electronics
Scienscope Heads to Canada for the 1st Time for EPTECH Vancouver
Scienscope International is excited to announce its first-ever appearance at a tradeshow in Canada. The company looks forward to discussing its array of innovative ...
Scienscope International
Indium Corporation Senior Research Chemist to Present at CSTIC
Indium Corporation senior research chemist Mary Ma is set to deliver a technical presentation titled Printable Copper Sintering Paste for High-Power Die-Attach ...
Indium Corporation
Celanese MicroMax and nScrypt form partnership
Celanese announced a new strategic partnership between its Micromax™ Electronic Inks and Pastes and nScrypt, which designs and manufactures high-precision ...
QPT is revolutionising GaN Power Electronics
QPT Limited is the first company to create the technologies needed to enable GaN to operate at well over the current limitations of 100 kHz right up to 20 MHz ...
QPT Limited
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Quote of the Day
"It is always easier to believe than to deny. Our minds are naturally affirmative."
John Burroughs
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What Year Was It?
Big Ben Rings for the First Time
What Year
The famous tower clock known as Big Ben, located at the top of the 320-foot-high St. Stephen's Tower, rings for the first time.
The day was May 31. What year was it?
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Cartoon of the Day
"I guess arcade tokens are better than no bonus at all."
Copyright © Randy Glasbergen
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Test Your Knowledge Answer
What is the largest artery in the human body?
Answer: The aorta. It passes over the heart from the left ventricle and runs down in front of the backbone.

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