• 09:50 – 10:10

It is not only about AI in MEMS and sensors

Sensors have become ubiquitous, blurring the line between being online and offline. AI plays a key role in sensors, enabling real-time context understanding and the ability to make decisions aimed at optimizing and reducing the power consumption of the final device. Sensors are no longer merely for data collection; thanks to AI, they can interact with their environment and significantly contribute to innovation and sustainability.

Tarik Souibes

Product Marketing Director

STMicroelectronics

Tarik Souibes holds a master’s degree in physics and graduated from an engineering school with a specialization in materials dedicated to microelectronics. He joined ST in 1998 as a technical marketing engineer. With more than 26 years of experience at the company, Tarik has held various roles and responsibilities, dealing with a wide range of products including power, analog, and sensors.

Today, Tarik is responsible for product marketing for sensors within the ST MEMS Sub-Group.

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