[From the last episode: We looked at the convolution that defines the CNNs that are so popular for machine vision applications.] This week we're going to do some more math, although, in this case, it won't be as obscure and bizarre as convolution ' and yet we will...
It happens all the time. We're online with a designer and we're looking at a connector in our picture search. He says 'I need a connector that looks just like this one, but '¦' and then he goes on to explain something he needs that's unique to his desig...
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Featured Chalk Talk
Introducing Google Coral
Sponsored by Mouser Electronics and Google
AI inference at the edge is exploding right now. Numerous designs that can’t use cloud processing for AI tasks need high-performance, low-power AI acceleration right in their embedded designs. Wouldn’t it be cool if those designs could have their own little Google TPU? In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with James McKurkin of Google about the Google Coral edge TPU.