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Engineering the Edge: How Intel is Looking to Train One Million Engineers

Did you know that the edge computing market is forecasted to reach almost nine billion by 2023? In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, Mathew Formica (Director of Edge AI Developer Scale – Intel) and I chat about the the biggest challenges in edge computing today, what’s included in Intel’s OpenVino Tool Kit, and how Intel and Udacity are looking to train one million developers with their Intel Edge AI for IoT Developers Nanodegree Program. Also this week, I take a closer look at a new low-cost, low-power carbon dioxide sensing platform developed at Purdue University and how it could help drastically reduce energy usage for commercial buildings and homes alike.

 

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Links for April 24, 2020

Carbon dioxide sensor can lower energy use, reduce utility costs (Purdue University) 

Intel and Udacity Launch New Edge AI Program to Train 1 Million Developers

Download OpenVINO Edge AI Software

Sign up for Intel DevCloud for the Edge (built in to the Nanodegree)

 

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