Synthetic Images for AI Training

The upshot: Mindtech provides a capability for creating fully annotated synthetic training images to complement real images for improved AI training.

We’ve spent a lot of time looking at AI training and AI inference and the architectures and processes used for each of those. Where the AI task involves images, we’ve blithely referred to the need … Read More → "Synthetic Images for AI Training"

All of the Information: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Did you know that over a hundred devices are connected to the internet every second? In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, we take a closer look at the challenges facing us as we develop the next generation of connected devices. Tom Doyle (CEO – Aspinity) joins me to discuss the details of Aspinity’s innovative RAMP (Reconfigurable Analog Modular Processor) platform, the “deal breakers” as he sees them … Read More → "All of the Information: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly"

WebAssembly: JavaScript Done Right

“The most dangerous tool in the world is a dull knife.” — unknown

Google Earth is pretty cool, right? You can zoom in on any arbitrary point on the planet or watch the scenery zip by as you skim the surface at 1000 feet and 1000 MPH. Check out your neighbor’s backyard pool or circle the Eiffel Tower. It’s … Read More → "WebAssembly: JavaScript Done Right"

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discussion
Posted on Dec 9 at 2:24pm by Bryon Moyer
What do you think about Mindtech's approach to training with synthetic images?
Posted on Dec 5 at 12:32pm by jdcrootbeer
The time to carefully check for someone else with the same or similar name is *before* you invest a bunch of money in advertising, only to get nasty letters from lawyers. And the money you spend on a lawyer is well worth it. --I learned the hard way. --
Posted on Dec 5 at 11:11am by Max Maxfield
If you've had your own experiences starting (or working for) a startup, it would be great if you could share them here.
Posted on Dec 5 at 10:16am by Jim Turley
While there were many attempts to create Java processors/accelerators such as the ones cited in the Wikipedia article, none of them worked very well or gained any kind of commercial success. I think it's fair to say there are no Java processors, only attempts at Java processors.
Posted on Dec 5 at 10:13am by Jim Turley
Good point. I didn't mention Java much, but even that was probably unnecessary and, as you point out, confusing. I could fix it, but then both of our comments would look foolish. ;-)
Posted on Dec 4 at 5:51am by plinnie
"More importantly, Java doesn’t map well onto real hardware, either. There are exactly zero CPUs in the world that can execute Java or JavaScript natively." Actually this is not true. Java was meant to map quite easily to hardware and for most part it does (Some native Java CPUs ...
Posted on Dec 3 at 9:46pm by TomLoredo
Glad to learn a bit more about WebAssembly. But it seems to me that part of this article is founded on an error: that JavaScript bears a close relationship to Java. The use of "Java" in "JavaScript" was a marketing decision; the languages are not closely related. Wikipedia's description of ...
Posted on Dec 3 at 2:48pm by RodrigoSilveira
Excellent, evoked memories of my days as a software engineer writing operating systems, 1100 OS. I wonder why you did not even mention the RISC architecture?
Posted on Dec 2 at 8:51am by Bryon Moyer
What do you think of doing full-chip ILT in the way D2S does it?
Posted on Dec 1 at 5:16pm by taichichuan
Hi Max! Another great article. As for AR, I feel that it has the potential to truly revolutionize our lives. That could be either a good thing or a bad thing depending on how you look at it. On the one hand, I'd love to be able to roll up ...
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