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Old 05 June 2020, 11:10   #21
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I saw a comment somewhere on how it could perhaps be possible to train an AI thingie to learn what different logic gates look like, and from that put together and build up a logic working of a decapped IC.
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Old 05 June 2020, 11:33   #22
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I saw a comment somewhere on how it could perhaps be possible to train an AI thingie to learn what different logic gates look like, and from that put together and build up a logic working of a decapped IC.

Maybe you are referring to this: http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=102583



The possibilities are endless, but just because someone can imagine it doesn't mean it will be easy to do. Someone still needs to do some actual work. If the person in question has actual abilities beyond fantasy remains to be seen.
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Not to mention that AI processing of the die photos would result in a nice electrical diagram but not necessarily the logic diagram desired for figuring out how to reimplement everything in an FPGA.
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Not to mention that AI processing of the die photos would result in a nice electrical diagram but not necessarily the logic diagram desired for figuring out how to reimplement everything in an FPGA.
It would be a nice start simply recognizing regular logic like AND, OR, NOT, EOR etc and then step up to adders, shifters, multipliers, and so on.

I'd like to think of it as a visual equivalent to ReSource where the program logic finds all the singularities and does its best to stitch together logic, and you can come in with your human knowledge and mark out parts or whole blocks for what they do. The AI portion should learn more the more ICs it sees.
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I'm talking about the logic primitives, though.
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Cool, so who will start the ball rolling?
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The AI sounds like a great idea. How about the 6800 series and then onto the 68000 series.
But also there might be pre 6800 stuff done in a similar style which would also be good for the AI to start learning first.

Does anyone here already know AI? It wouldn't be the first time that Amiga users learn an entirely new field so as to apply it to the beautiful machine.
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