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Improved facial classification accuracy

Improved facial classification accuracy
Neuromorphic computing company, BrainChip Holdings, has announced the BrainChip Studio 2018.3 update for its BrainChip Studio AI-powered video analysis software. The latest update boasts a powerful new mode that improves the software’s face classification accuracy by ten to thirty percent.
20th December 2018

The first in a new breed of neural network acceleration SoCs

The first in a new breed of neural network acceleration SoCs
BrainChip Holdings has brought spiking neural network architecture – the Akida Neuromorphic System-on-Chip (NSoC) – to market. This architecture helps the acceleration of AI at the edge and the enterprise. The Akida NSoC is small, low cost and low power, making it well suited for edge applications such as ADAS, autonomous vehicles, drones, vision-guided robotics, surveillance and machine vision systems.
10th September 2018

Complete machine learning framework

Complete machine learning framework
The Akida Development Environment from BrainChip is out on limited availability. The Akida Development Environment is a machine learning framework for the creation, training, and testing of spiking neural networks (SNNs), supporting the development of systems for edge and enterprise products on the Company’s Akida Neuromorphic System-on-Chip (NSoC).
26th July 2018


BrainChip to be integrated as a cognitive engine within Veritone aiWARE

BrainChip to be integrated as a cognitive engine within Veritone aiWARE
BrainChip Holdings Ltd. has announced that it has signed an agreement with Veritone Inc. to integrate its AI-powered BrainChip Studio with the Veritone aiWARE platform. aiWARE is an operating system for AI that integrates an ecosystem of cognitive engines, which can be orchestrated together to reveal actionable insights from multimedia sources with accuracy. These sources include radio and TV broadcasts, surveillance footage, as well as other public and private content.
26th April 2018

Interoperability of BrainChip Studio with StorNext File System

BrainChip Holdings Ltd. has announced that BrainChip and Quantum have jointly verified interoperability between their respective products. The integration of BrainChip Studio’s AI-powered object search and facial classification algorithms and Quantum’s intelligent StorNext scale-out file system provides end users with rapid storage searches for less overall cost. Quantum’s StorNext is a cost-effective storage system designed for video applications.
9th April 2018

Adding Linux support and an API for easier systems integration

Adding Linux support and an API for easier systems integration
BrainChip Holdings Ltd. has announced an upgraded release of BrainChip Studio, version 2018.1. BrainChip Studio is an AI-powered video analysis software suite delivering high-speed object search and facial classification for law enforcement, counter terrorism and intelligence agencies. New features of the 2018.1 release make it easier to find objects from a variety of camera views, enable large-scale Linux deployments, and add an API that simplifies integration with other applications.
6th April 2018

Software suite highlights AI for for forensic object searching

Software suite highlights AI for for forensic object searching
  Developer of software and hardware accelerated solutions for advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning applications, BrainChip Holdings will be exhibiting BrainChip Studio and Accelerator at Stand G32 at Security and Counter Terrorism Expo (SCTX) 2018 held at Olympia London on 6th-7th March 2018.
6th March 2018

Big success for BrainChip at Milipol Innovation Awards 2017

Big success for BrainChip at Milipol Innovation Awards 2017
  Developer of software and hardware accelerated solutions for advanced artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning applications, BrainChip, won the 2017 Milipol Innovation Award in the cyber security category. The competition recognises companies exhibiting at Milipol 2017 with the most outstanding technology solutions related to homeland security.
27th November 2017

AI-powered video analytics technology on show at Milipol 2017

AI-powered video analytics technology on show at Milipol 2017
Developer of software and hardware accelerated solutions for advanced AI and machine learning applications, BrainChip Holdings, has announced that it will be exhibiting at Milipol 2017 in Paris, France, from 21st to 24th November. Milipol Paris is one of the largest homeland security conferences, attracting over 24 thousand visitors from 143 countries. It is organised by the French Ministry of Interior in partnership with other governmental bodies, but most of the exhibitors and nearly half of the visitors are international.
27th October 2017

Hardware acceleration board enables neuromorphic computing

Hardware acceleration board enables neuromorphic computing
Developer of software and hardware accelerated solutions for advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning, BrainChip Holdings, has announced the release of its hardware acceleration board, BrainChip Accelerator. BrainChip Accelerator is an 8-lane, PCI-Express add-in card that increases the speed and accuracy of the object recognition function of BrainChip Studio software by up to six times, while increasing the simultaneous video channels of a system to 16 per card.
14th September 2017

New AI-powered software accelerates pattern search

New AI-powered software accelerates pattern search
BrainChip Holdings, or also known as ‘BrainChip’ or ‘The Company’, a developer of software and hardware accelerated solutions for advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning applications, has announced the release of its new software product, BrainChip Studio. This new software has been produced as a result of over ten years development and BrainChip Studio uses an artificial intelligence technology called a spiking neural network, a type of neuromorphic computing that simulates the functionality of the human visual tract.
21st July 2017


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