AI developer roundtable: AnoPCB - intelligent anomaly detection for design tools in printed circuit board design of electronic circuits
Designing printed circuit boards for electronic circuits (PCB designs) requires experience and knowledge of bad design patterns (design patterns) to avoid destructive signal constellations, e.g. sensitive signals next to aggressive signals. These signal interactions can hardly be formally checked and typically require review procedures and long development iterations, i.e. high manual effort. AnoPCB is a plug-in for the PCB design tool KiCAD that can use artificial intelligence to find such anomalies. The solution presented in the article was developed within the framework of the research group IntelligEnt (https://www.imms.de/wirtschaft/projekte/intelligent-3748.html).
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About the KI-Developers' Round Table
The "KI-Entwicklerstammtisch" is a regional event format for developers of AI solutions. Every month, developers from different institutions will present a concrete AI solution or an AI development project from the perspective of algorithm and model developers as well as software and hardware developers.
The focus is on getting to know each other, networking with each other and, above all, the exchange of knowledge and experience.
In addition to the aforementioned target group, the "KI-Entwicklerstammtisch" is also open to participants from companies and other institutions who would like to gain insight into problems in the technical implementation of AI solutions and get to know regional players.
The regulars' tables always take place on the second Tuesday of the month. Participants are welcome to suggest topics at any time.