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Neural-Net Inference Benchmarks

The upshot: MLPerf has announced inference benchmarks for neural networks, along with initial results.

Congratulations! You now have the unenviable task of deciding which neural-network (NN) inference engine to use in your application. You want, of course, the fastest one. And it needs to run at the edge on a battery-powered device. All you have to do is … Read More → "Neural-Net Inference Benchmarks"

Warp Speed Ahead

Logic is the beginning of wisdom, not the end.” – Captain Kirk, Starship Enterprise

I’ve got three words for you: Quantum FM Radio! In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, we take an in-depth look at some revolutionary quantum research coming out of University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering that will not only change the future of quantum … Read More → "Warp Speed Ahead"

Nuvia: Designed for the One Percenters

“I’d love to be incredibly wealthy for no reason at all.” – Johnny Rotten

Among sports car aficionados, a “Super Seven” is a 1960s-era Lotus: light, fast, nimble, and characteristically fragile. Marvel superhero Wolverine drives one; the unnamed protagonist in The Prisoner famously had one, too. 

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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"

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Addressing Digital Implementation Challenges with Innovative Machine Learning TechniquesMachine learning is revolutionizing our designs these days with impressive new capabilities. But, have you considered using machine learning to actually create better designs? In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Rod Metcalf of Cadence Design Systems about how Cadence is using machine learning to help us get more out of our … Read More → "Addressing Digital Implementation Challenges with Innovative Machine Learning Techniques"
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