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There are many reasons why ML processing is moving to the edge, and they are exactly why the likes of Google are slimming down some of their algorithms ? so they can run independently of the cloud, on edge AI-powered devices.

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The Internet of Things (IoT) has been around for quite some time. And Artificial Intelligence (AI) has seen more than its share of iterations as well. But the combination of the two? That?s something that?s just starting to garner its share of the spotlight. It actually involves the embedding of AI technology into IoT components.
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Many of today?s enterprises are struggling to deploy intelligent automation technologies such as AI, machine learning, and robotic process automation. Yet, they know it is crucial that they get these technologies right to improve business efficiencies, improve customer experiences, and drive new revenue.
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Employs CPU and GPU cores with enhanced memory and AI functionality that provides faster execution.
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Microchip Technology Inc.?s SMC 1000 8x25G helps CPUs and other compute-centric SoCs leverage four times the memory channels of parallel attached DDR4 DRAM within the same package footprint, providing higher memory bandwidth and media independence.
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ArmorFlash provides longevity of supply data storage to artificial intelligence (AI)-based Level 2+ advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) through Level 5 autonomous driving (AD) solutions.
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Embedded systems used in critical infrastructure are undergoing a dramatic evolution. The advent of ubiquitous network connectivity has accelerated innovation of embedded systems at the network edge.
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Every industry has its buzzwords and acronyms, and ours, the high-tech electronics industry, has more than its share. IoT is probably the most used (and over-used) buzzword at the moment, but it stands for something extremely important.
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When you can use your ?powers? for the good of society, that?s a great thing. I came across a story that described a bus for handicapped people that took advantage of AI technology. It?s really cool; so cool in fact, that it requires two guests on my weekly Five Minutes With?podcast, the first time we?ve ever done that. Check out my discussion with Joe Speed, Field CTO of ADLINK?s IoT Solutions & Technology Group and Mohamed Elwazer, Technical Founder & CEO of linedanceAI.


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