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The Link Between AI, Electronics, And Sustainability

By the end of 2022, a revolutionary technical marvel seemed unleashed on society. However, the story of artificial intelligence (AI) dates back to 1952, when computer scientist Arthur Samuel created software to play checkers. Today, AI is reshaping industries across the globe, including businesses' approach to sustainability.

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The Electronics Industry's Impact On The Natural Environment

When assessing how the electronics industry impacts the natural world, many use the terms ‘double-edged sword’ or ‘necessary evil’. Staking a claim as one of the global economy’s largest industrial sectors, what we produce in our electronics industry can cause damage but also do a lot of good. This blog will look at both sides of the coin and the importance of corporate social responsibility.

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Hot Stock: XC7A35T-2FGG484I

Unleashing the Power of XC7A35T-2FGG484I

In the modern day and age of digital innovation, having the right equipment at your disposal can make all the difference. Introducing this week’s hot stock, Xilinx’s XC7A35T-2FGG484I model is one of the manufacturers’ many FPGAs and is a powerful and versatile component that will allow engineers to open doors to new possibilities.

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Key Takeaways From The UN Climate Change Conference 2023 (COP28)

The UN Climate Change Conference 2023 (COP28) has concluded in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). COP28 endeavoured to avoid empty promises and instead implement plans that drive tangible environmental and societal change. 

A lot was covered over 12 days and 40 events. This blog will focus on confirmed announcements and pledges that impact electronic manufacturers, the electronics supply chain, and the overarching climate deal itself.

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Rare Earth Elements And Electronic Components: Your Questions Answered

When the average consumer picks up their smartphone and scrolls social media, they do not consider what goes into their device. Why would they? If they did, perhaps more of a spotlight would be put on controversies surrounding electronic waste (e-waste) and the rare earth elements used for the components of their devices. 

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