• Gestalt IT: BrainChip Akida Puts AI at the Edge via Gestalt IT With power and physical space at a premium at the edge, how can you apply AI models without having to worry about slowing yourself down? BrainChip offers an answer through their Akida neuromorphic chip, which they presented during their AI Field Day appearance… READ […]

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  • eeNews: Akida spiking neural processor could head to FDSOI via eeNews BrainChip is starting to deliver its Akida1000 system chip to customers although the company insists that is main business model is intellectual property licensing, similar to ARM’sThe Akida1000 contains 80 neural processors and is implemented in 28nm CMOS (see Brainchip’s Akida is a fast learner) […]

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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 […]

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  • Stockhead: BrainChip closes H1 with revenue growth, US$8.4m loss as it eyes commercialisation for its Akida AI chip via Stockhead Semiconductor company Brainchip (ASX:BRN) is set on commercialising its neuromorphic processor Akida, an artificial intelligence (AI) chip that essentially functions like a human brain. Despite being in a pre-revenue R&D phase, shares in BRN rose from a […]

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  • telecomkh: BrainChip: Key differences between transfer learning and incremental learning via telecomkh BrainChip offers insight into two widely accepted forms of deep learning The massive computing resources required to train neural networks for AI/ML tasks has driven interest in two forms of learning presumed to be more efficient: transfer learning and incremental learning. Experts at […]

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  • EETimes: BrainChip Launches Event-Domain AI Inference Dev Kits via EETimes BrainChip, the neuromorphic computing IP vendor, launched two development kits for its Akida neuromorphic processor during this week’s Linley Fall Processor Conference. Both kits feature the company’s Akida neuromorphic SoC: an x86 Shuttle PC development kit and an Arm-based Raspberry Pi kit. BrainChip is offering the […]

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  • LinuxGizmos.com: Neuromorphic edge AI chip debuts on Raspberry Pi and Comet Lake Dev Kits via LinuxGizmos.com BrainChip has launched two “Akida Development Kits” for its self-learning, low-power “Akida NSoC” neural networking chip for edge AI. One uses the Raspberry Pi CM4 and the other a Comet Lake-S based Shuttle PC system. BrainChip Holdings has opened […]

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  • Motortrend: Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX Concept: Did You See This Coming, Elon? via Motortrend NEUROMORPHIC COMPUTING Neuro what? Neuromorphic computing is a form of information processing whose hardware runs so-called spiking neural networks. These artificial neural networks mimic natural neural networks, firing only when certain thresholds are reached. Mercedes says the system reduces energy consumption “by […]

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  • PYMNTS: In-Car Voice Makes Itself Heard at CES via PYMNTS.com Before CES even opened to the industry, in-car voice technology was making itself heard. On Monday (Jan. 3), the first of two media days preceding the opening of the show, connected mobility supplier Cerence received an award for its in-car voice assistant, Mercedes-Benz released details […]

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  • VentureBeat: BrainChip launches Neuromorphic Process for AI at the Edge via VentureBeat BrainChip today announced the commercialization of its Akida neural networking processor. Aimed at a variety of edge and internet of things (IoT) applications, BrainChip claims to be the first commercial producer of neuromorphic AI chips, which could deliver benefits in ultra-low power and […]

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