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“Why use RBF rather than DL in industrial IOT”

What are the key differences between Deep Learning and RBF-based solutions? Local vs Remote learning, Additive learning vs Forget-and-Learn-from-scratch learning, Predictable recognition latency, Knowledge Traceability... Philippe Lambinet, president of Cogito...

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General Vision and LongWayAI to develop a cognitive SSD

SINGAPORE, October 17, 2018 - Longway A.I. Technologies Pte Ltd (Singapore) and General Vision Inc®, one of the top 10 Artificial Intelligence companies in the world1, have signed a research collaboration agreement to develop Cognitive SSD, a “2.5” SSD with a...

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“Why use RBF rather than DL in industrial IOT”

What are the key differences between Deep Learning and RBF-based solutions? Local vs Remote learning, Additive learning vs Forget-and-Learn-from-scratch learning, Predictable recognition latency, Knowledge Traceability... Philippe Lambinet, president of Cogito...

“More AI at the endpoints.”

"The battery-powered and power-sensitive devices at the IoT’s endpoints are the targets of QuickLogic’s  recently launched AI initiative." Read the Q&A with Brian Faith, QuickLogic in the Embedded Systems Engineering.  

Saving lives and securing the future with AI chip

Asia Tech News: Read the latest article from Prof. Suri, technical advisor at General Vision. "Artificial Intelligence is helping security and medicine become more efficient through the use of pattern recognition and improved applications of neural processing locally...

Quick AI webcast with QuickLogic, nepes and SensiML

Santa Clara - General Vision was pleased to participate to a webcast organized by QuickLogic on AI Ecosystem, along with nepes, manufacturer of the NM500, and SensiML, developer of smart sensor algorithms. During his speech, Guy Paillet emphasized the synergy between...

NM500 inspecting coffee beans

Oceanit uses the NM500 chip to Win Hawaii’s First Annual ‘AGathon’. A Raspberry PI equipped with NeuroShield and RaspiCam optimizing the harvest of ripe coffee beans. Watch the movie.

NM500 neuromorphic chip is available!

NM500, the smallest neuromorphic chip is available now from nepes. Conveniently packaged in a wafer scale package, it delivers 120,000 pattern recognitions per second for less than 125 mW. The first evaluation board is an Arduino shield, NeuroShield, featuring one...