Synopsys, at its annual user conference in Santa Clara, California, released new AI tools designed to procure better results rapidly in the numerous stages of computing chip design. These tools spread seamlessly across the chip process design, enabling engineers to track and monitor design bugs. It will boost the proportion of defect-free chips coming down the production line during mass production. With the semiconductor industry transitioning towards chiplets, the company plans to invest more in AI tools, says Aart de Geus, CEO of Synopsys.
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