Industrial AI & MACHINE LEARNING
 

Thursday 6/13

 
AI is starting to move from the cloud to the edge. AI research now offers the intriguing possibility of using thousands of hours of powerful computing resources to train and refine a neural network that will then be able to run on cheap, low power devices.

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A ternary SRAM structure, SRAM circuits that read memory at low power, and technologies to mitigate manufacturing process variation errors enable industry-leading TOPS/W.
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Arm has released a suite of IPs that include the Arm Cortex-A77 CPU, Arm Mali-G77 GPU, and Arm Machine Learning (ML) processor.
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Knowles Corporation launched the Knowles AISonic? SmartMic Headset Development Kit for the Alexa Voice Service (AVS), a new hands-free reference solution that allows OEMs and ODMs to manufacture headphones, headsets and wireless earbuds for users to talk directly to Alexa by simply just saying the ?Alexa? wake word.
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Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corporation?s Visconti? 4 image recognition processor was essential in Toyota Motor Corporation vehicles achieving top scores in the 2018 Japan New Car Assessment Program (JNCAP).
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The Internet of Things (IoT) has been around for a very long time. In fact, the technology far predates the term. Some historians will tell you that the IoT moniker has been with us since the late 1990s, but we know that connecting our ?things? started well before that.
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Embedded Computing Design's Brandon Lewis sat down with Color Cheng, Senior Product Manager at Innodisk at Computex Taipei 2019.
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Where does the AI come in and how does it work? Those are the first questions our EVP Rich Nass asked Kai Wang, a Director on NexCOBOT?s Robot and Automation team.
 
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