Martin Ettenberg, President and CEO, Princeton Infrared Technologies
“Artificial intelligence combined with imaging products allowing people to be identified on the street could destroy privacy and damage the whole imaging industry,” Martin Ettenberg says.
“Imaging has an incredible number of uses, but processing power combined with imagery could make for a dangerous combination that sets us back many years.”
Ettenberg, the President and CEO of Princeton Infrared Technologies, is working on the wafer-scale hybridisation of InGaAs to Si ROICs. This, he says, will lower the cost of InGaAs arrays and lead to smaller pitch devices.