CORPORATE & BUSINESS NEWS

New CurieNeurons Kit from Maker Collider

Maker Collider is introducing its CurieNeurons Kit, an easy-to-use tool for makers of all levels who want to have a shot at building artificial intelligence related IoT projects. It enables users to build smart hardware capable of pattern learning and classification...

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Collaboration with Mando Hella Electronics

Mando-Hella Electronics and General Vision started a collaboration to develop applications targeted at Advanced Driver Assistance and Monitoring and relying on the NeuroMem neuromorphic technology to deploy powerful image recognition and multi-sensor pattern...

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Collaboration with Nepes

Nepes and General Vision started a collaboration to design and manufacture a new line of NeuroMem neuromorphic chips ranging from 500 neurons to several thousands neurons per chip. It is anticipated that the collaboration will go beyond dedicated NeuroMem chips and...

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NeuroMem in the news

The Neural Computing Revolution is Upon Us

The Neural Computing Revolution is Upon Us Computers-Inverse magazime, by Graham Templeton "A company called General Vision has been selling a very forward-thinking “NeuroMem” technology that can’t rival the sheer power of IBM’s research, but which is actually...

NeuroMem in the National Computing Museum

Neuromorphic computing and NeuroMem explained simply...Read it from The National Museum of Computing newsletter (page 12), also featuring our famous off-shore fish inspection with less than 100...

NeuroMem IC Matches Patterns, Sees All, Knows All

Data analytics needs 'non-von Neumann' computing NeuroMem IC Matches Patterns, Sees All, Knows All by Junko Yoshida for EETimes, a great overview of where we stand in term of product and business development. If you’ve ever seen the U.S. TV series “Person of...

Inside Neuromorphic Computing

General Vision’s chief executive talks about why there is such renewed interest in this technology and how it will be used in the future. Read the entire interview in Semiconductor...

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