“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 available to industry, and now even consumers. Its built-in pattern-matching abilities are meant mostly for fitness and other “quantified self” apps, but the applications could be much wider; Intel also licensed the tech to add a bit of neuromorphic juice to its teeny-tiny Curie Module, which will spread the technology further than ever. There’s even an Arduino with one in there!”
“The neural computing revolution is upon us” says Graham Templeton from Computers-Inverse magazine. In his article, Mr. Templeton reviews the on-going research projects from leaders of the semiconductor industry including IBM, QualComm and Intel, and makes us the honor to mention General Vision too.
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 full article at “Inside NeuroMorphic Computing“
During his keynote speech, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich unveils a wearable processor called Curie and integrating a pattern recognition accelerator which is no less that a network of 128 NeuroMem neurons. General Vision was not expecting such exposure of the NeuroMem technology at the CES 2016 and our team was delighted to watch the amazing demos prepared by the Intel team for the occasion from sports and gaming to health and fitness, entertainment and more.