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Using AI And Bugs To Find Other Bugs | Ann Steffora Mutschler, Semiconductor Engineering

By November 24, 2020November 30th, 2020No Comments

New methodologies are being developed to deal with increasing complexity.

Debug is starting to be rethought and retooled as chips become more complex and more tightly integrated into packages or other systems, particularly in safety- and mission-critical applications where life expectancy is significantly longer.

Today, the predominant bug-finding approaches use the ubiquitous constrained random/coverage driven verification technology, or formal verification technology. But as designs become more complex, new methodologies and approaches need to be applied to ensure quality over time. This can include everything from AI/ML to simply updating methodologies to include more automation and less bug tracking in a notebook or spreadsheet.

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