• According to Gartner, traditional computing technologies will hit a digital wall in 2025 and force a shift to new strategies, including those involving neuromorphic computing. With neuromorphic computing, endpoints can create a truly intelligent edge by efficiently identifying, extracting, analyzing, and inferring only the most meaningful data. Untethered from the cloud, neuromorphic edge AI silicon […]

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  • BrainChip Gives the Green Light to Automotive Innovation For more than 90 years, the car radio has been a ubiquitous accessory found in automobiles worldwide.  Whether catching up on news, weather or traffic, or rocking out to the oldies or Top 40 songs, its hard to imagine riding in silence on trips to the grocery […]

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  • Real-World AI: Processing All Five Senses As humans, we move about the planet relying heavily on our senses. These feelings help us to discern the world around us, keep us safe and simplify everyday tasks. In the world of Beneficial AI, some of the most exciting possibilities can be found in sensory applications. Sensory AI […]

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  • Beneficial AI: The More Advanced, The More Beneficial by Rob Telson In many of our presentations, podcasts, and blogs, we’ve focused the conversation around “Beneficial AI.”  Here at BrainChip, we consider applications that aim to improve the human or global condition to be beneficial. This could apply to medical practices, such as diagnosis of diseases, […]

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  • The AI Revolution: Radically Different Reliability (Part Two) by Rob Telson In the previous blog, we highlighted how event-based Spiking Neural Networks (SNNs) are less artificial and more intelligent than conventional AI because they more closely resemble the biological brain. The BrainChip Akida ™ processor has been used to classify images, identify odors and tastes, […]

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  • The AI Revolution: Less Artificial, More Intelligent, and Beneficial to Society (Part One) by Rob Telson Today’s neuromorphic computing architecture is capable of real-time learning and classification which is leading to a new path of Artificial Intelligence. As technology advances, new ways to support sequential memory, prediction and eventually, awareness is within our reach. Neuromorphic […]

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