The dream of Edge AI 22 November 2023, Altron Arrow, Editor's Choice AI technology carries a great promise – the idea that machines can make decisions based on the world around them, processing information like a human might. But the promise of AI is currently only being fulfilled by big machines.
Nanomaterials to build next-gen AI hardware? 22 November 2023 From improving scientific analyses and imaging capabilities, to predictive maintenance and monitoring operations in industrial settings, artificial intelligence is becoming ever more present in modern-day society.
ToF sensor enables AI applications 27 September 2023, Altron Arrow The VL53L7CH from STMicroelectronics is the perfect Time-of-Flight sensor enabling AI applications, with ultrawide 90° diagonal FoV and low power consumption.
Analogue compute platform to accelerate Edge AI 27 September 2023, Altron Arrow, Editor's Choice Microchip has teamed up with Intelligent Hardware Korea to develop an analogue compute platform to accelerate Edge AI/ML inferencing using Microchip’s memBrain non-volatile in-memory compute technology.
World’s most powerful open LLM 27 September 2023 With a staggering 180 billion parameters, and trained on 3,5 trillion tokens, Falcon 180B has soared to the top of the Hugging Face Leaderboard for pretrained LLMs.
Advancing quality control 30 August 2023, Avnet Silica As manufacturing processes continue to become more sophisticated, the importance and effectiveness of advanced DVI solutions escalate, presenting opportunities for improved quality control.
Game-changing graphics innovations at the Edge 26 July 2023, Rugged Interconnect Technologies With an outstanding price-to-performance ratio in its class, ADLINK’s MXM-AXe offers competitive pricing that rivals the renowned NVIDIA T1000.
Portable GPU for AI applications 26 July 2023, Editor's Choice The Pocket AI module consists of an Nvidia RTX A500 GPU with 4 GB GDDR6 RAM onboard, 2048 CUDA cores, 64 Tensor cores, and 16 RT cores embedded.
AI-based visual inspection system 26 July 2023, Avnet Silica The Defect Visual Inspection solution is a combination of a compact system-on-module and a software library optimised to run at the edge, making it ideal for applications in industrial, medical, food, electronics, semiconductor, and packaging sectors.
Arm Cortex-M7 MCU product family 28 June 2023, NuVision Electronics GigaDevice Semiconductor Inc. introduces its first Arm Cortex-M7 core microcontroller product family, the GD32H737/757/759 ultra-high performance MCU series.
Sub-GHz SoC with built-in AI/ML accelerator 28 June 2023, Altron Arrow A dual-band SoC, the FG28 includes radios for sub-Gigahertz (GHz) and 2,4 GHz Bluetooth LE, and a built-in AI/ML accelerator for machine learning inference.
First South African QBronze workshop 31 May 2023 The QBronze109 workshop is titled ‘Quantum Computing and Programming’, and participants will learn the basics of quantum computing and how to write simple quantum programs.
Giving you the smart edge 31 May 2023, RS South Africa The i.MX 93 system-on-chip architecture integrates one or two Arm Cortex-A55 cores, one Arm Cortex-M33 core, and an Arm Ethos-U65 Neural Processing Unit.
What is ML? – Part 3: Hardware conversion of convolutional neural networks 31 May 2023, Altron Arrow, Editor's Choice In this series, the CIFAR network, with which it is possible to classify objects such as cats, houses, or bicycles in images, is discussed. Part 3 explains the hardware conversion of a CNN and the benefits of using an AI microcontroller with CNN accelerator.
AI-Inferencing small form factor computer 26 April 2023 Designed for video and AI applications at the edge, the FALC product family offers rugged and industrial variants, is suited for any environment, and is ideal for a wide range of applications and industries.
AI tools: the good, the bad, and the ugly 29 March 2023 A lawyer, financial adviser, marketing manager or programmer who can use ChatGPT, LaMDA or other AI tools effectively is going to be more productive, and possibly more inventive than one that cannot.