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ADLINK Technology's addition of the Node-RED app to its Vizi-AI devkit assists users to easily create outcomes from vision inference  Vizi-AI devkit includes Intel-based processsors and ADLINK software ADLINK Technology has included a new Node-RED app to its Vizi-AI™ development...
iWave Systems' evaluation kit (EVK) incorporates tools and libraries for reduced complexity in developing AI solutions Arm-based FPGA architecture provides advantage of using the Arm cores as a regular SoC for high-level management functionalities As AI is increasingly becoming...
Offers higher performance than traditional Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) switches Provides greater flexibility and scalability for data centre and cloud AI and ML architectures To support cloud, data centre and hyper-scale computing for the advancements in Artificial...
Enables machine learning inference for real time on-board-processing in space Delivers full radiation tolerance spanning all orbits Xilinx has launched a 20-nanometer (nm) space-grade FPGA, the KintexUltraScale XQRKU060 that delivers full radiation tolerance and ultra-high throughput and bandwidth performance...
Microchip’s VectorBlox SDK and IP enables software developers to program a trained neural network without prior FPGA expertise These FPGAs deliver up to 50 per cent lower total power and 25 per cent higher-capacity than similar devices With...
The chip's operation resembles the processing of information by biological neurons Consumes much less power than traditional neural networking chips while featuring a tenfold reduction in latency for instantaneous decision-making Artificial neural networks (ANNs) are the backbone...
Automation is gradually becoming a part of our everyday life. With new technological enhancements, the operational quality of automated machines such as robots may not even require any human mediation at all, as proven by a robot, which is...
Humans and machines behave in very different ways when it comes to doing simple tasks. That does not mean both cannot work together, as proven by the following experiment where a robot learns how to recreate the hand movements...