Supercharging AI at the intelligent edge
Recently, the chip designer Arm has announced its Helium technology, the new lightweight M-Profile vector extensions (MVE) for the Armv8.1-M architecture. This new technology promises to deliver enhanced machine learning and signal processing for the smallest embedded devices.
Will AI set hearts racing with the best love song ever?
Those concerned about the take over of AI, may be put at ease this Valentine’s as international digital agency, Search Laboratory, launches the greatest ever love song according to data science - proving creativity can’t be replaced by AI.
How driverless cars can have the capability to help the elderly
With the introduction of autonomous vehicles onto public roads in the near future, there’s no doubting that a shift in the automobile world is almost upon us. Google has already started tests with automated technology in real-world situations, while Tesla has been trialing its driverless Autopilot system within the UK. Lexus and Mercedes are a pair of big-name vehicle manufacturers to have revealed that they are working on technology for se...
Chinese automotive ADAS development capability expanded
The Chinese Automotive Technology and Research Centre (CATARC) has significantly expanded its vehicle development capabilities by acquiring a new, third-generation driving simulator from AB Dynamics. The Advanced Vehicle Driving Simulator (aVDS) provides the organisation with essential driver-in-the-loop testing capabilities, for developing vehicle dynamics, ride handling, ergonomics, driver behaviour, powertrain refinement and more.
AI in 2019: Is the future chat bots?
From devices in our homes, such as Google Home and Amazon Echo, to mobile apps like Cortana, AI has already made its way into our daily lives. The workplace is no exception and AI has already helped businesses make better use of data and streamline processes. While AI can make our lives easier, John Williams, Head of Marketing at Instant Offices predicts we are bound to encounter it more in the future, and it may impact jobs.
Embedded World 2019: Optimising AI with computing at the edge
ADLINK Technology is delivering heterogeneous computing platforms optimised for Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the Edge to quickly turn data into action at the point of generation. ADLINK has been developing AI products in collaboration with chipmakers NVIDIA and Intel and has formulated a hardware optimisation strategy to help system architects address performance, Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP) requirements for Edge Computing systems.
Technology recognises people from partial images
It has been announced by NEC Corporation that it has developed a ‘Person Re-identification Technology’ that is capable of matching images of people whose figures are partially hidden from cameras, even if the image is taken from behind or from the side.
How artificial intelligence is changing the face of art
We’re constantly studying the way AI is changing the business industry or transforming health care or construction, but one less than explored area is how machines are changing the visual arts.
Biometric-based walkthrough system simplifies travel
As a key partner of the Fast Passenger Processing System trial underway at Sydney Airport, Vision-Box has been recognised with an International Airport Review Award, for excellence in Passenger Experience and Seamless Travel. About 12,000 engaged members of the industry voted and elected the program, as an example of facial recognition technology being used to improve the passenger experience.
Solutions to speed time to market for AI acceleration chip
It has been announced by Mentor, a Siemens business, that artificial intelligence (AI) semiconductor innovator Graphcore successfully met its silicon test requirements and achieved rapid test bring-up on its Colossus Intelligence Processing Unit (IPU) by using Mentor’s Tessent product family.