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JWPM Consulting: BrainChip ASX: Neuromorphic system. AI at the edge.

via JWPM CONSULTING

A new silicon chip designed to move AI (artificial Intelligence) processing out of server farms and into mobile and IoT devices has been developed by Brainchip, an Australian ASX listed company.

AI processing like voice recognition, facial recognition, and many other AI functions aren’t performed on your iPhone they are handed-off via internet connections to server farms where power hungry computers do the heavy lifting.

However, the iPhone is just one common example of AI processing, there are hundreds of other applications.

This new chip will have dramatic ramifications for automation, high-speed machine learning, and decision making spawning the development of a new breed of smart devices including robots… READ THE FULL ARTICLE 

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