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Brian Fuller

Reporter, editor and writer for nearly 30 years, most of that in the electronics industry. Past editor in chief of EE Times and EBN and editorial director with UBM. Involved in the Drive for Innovation program in which I drove a Chevy Volt around North America for a year, interviewing engineers.

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Google Driverless Car's Sensor, Vision, and Computing Future
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DAC 2014 Keynote: Ecosystem, Innovation Crucial to Future Designs
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DAC 2014 Keynote: Hardware, Software Must Work Together to Secure Systems
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DAC 2014: Computer Vision Coming but Requires Engineering Flexibility, Creativity
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DAC 2014 Keynote: EDA Can Tap Into New Revenue Streams
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Are the ISA Wars Over?
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