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Ben Hilburn

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Candidate-First Hiring

Posted by Ben Hilburn on Feb 5, 2019 1:21:00 PM

My first engineering interview was for a Summer internship at a small software company. The founder & president invited me to his home to interview one Saturday morning over Spring Break. Over a cup of coffee, we discussed my background, my interests, and what working at his company would be like while his children played around us. I had no way of knowing at the time, but it was one of the best job interviews I would have in my career.

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DeepSig at Globecom: 5G and AI

Posted by Ben Hilburn on Dec 4, 2018 3:01:39 PM

It is clear that artificial intelligence will have a significant role to play in both improving the performance of existing wireless systems and in the fundamental capability of future systems, including 5G consumer wireless systems. DeepSig’s CTO and pioneer in the field, Tim O’Shea, is pleased to participate on a panel discussion on AI and 5G at IEEE Globecom 2018, from Dec 9-13 in Dubai. Dr. O’Shea will also give a podium talk on DeepSig's applied research and commercialization efforts, and is serving as the TPC for WS-18: Machine Learning for Communications.

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DeepSig to Present on Edge Sensing at NVIDIA GTC Silicon Valley 2019

Posted by Ben Hilburn on Nov 30, 2018 2:29:00 PM

DeepSig will once again be speaking at NVIDIA’s flagship conference, GTC Silicon Valley, between March 17th and 21st of 2019. The DeepSig team was previously invited to speak at GTC Silicon Valley 2018 and then at GTC DC 2018, and we are excited to once again be contributing to the conference program.

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DeepSig Shows First Over-the-Air Channel Autoencoder Demo at DySPAN 2018

Posted by Ben Hilburn on Oct 26, 2018 2:52:00 PM

DeepSig gave the first public demonstration of a channel autoencoder running over-the-air at IEEE DySPAN 2018 in Seoul, South Korea. Co-founder & CTO Tim O’Shea presented DeepSig’s OmniPHY commercial software product for learned physical layers, showing it running live between two software-defined radios. This uses the same software product that’s being tested over NASA’s satellite system, TDRSS.

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DeepSig to Speak at NVIDIA GTC DC 2018

Posted by Ben Hilburn on Aug 27, 2018 3:56:26 PM

We will be presenting at NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference (GTC) DC 2018, which is taking place October 22nd - 24th in Washington D.C. Building on the work presented in our GTC Silicon Valley 2018 Talk, and expanded upon in an article featured by NVIDIA, we will be presenting "Deep Learning for RF Sensing and Communications". Information about the talk can be found on the NVIDIA GTC DC website.

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