2020-04-24 - Sunny Bains

Neuromorphic Computers: Promise and Pitfalls

Neuromorphic processors could eventually overcome the challenges encountered in building intelligent machines....

2020-04-17 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Do AI and Neuromorphic Computing Compete?

Both AI and neuromorphic computing run neural networks, but it doesn’t necessarily follow that they will go head-to-head.

2020-04-16 - Peter AJ van der Made, BrainChip

Keyword Spotting: Making an On-Device Assistant a Reality

A natural language approach processes sound, images and data in event-based hardware...

2020-04-06 - Wil Michiels

Blog: Protecting Your Machine Learning Investment (Part II)

How machine learning models can be protected by intellectual property (IP) laws now and in the future (part 2 of…

2020-04-01 - Wil Michiels

Blog: Protecting Your Machine Learning Investment

How machine learning models can be protected by intellectual property laws now and in the future (Part 1 of 2)

2020-03-24 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Neuromorphic Computing System Reaches 100 Million Neurons

Intel has scaled up its neuromorphic computing system by integrating 768 of its Loihi chips into a 5 rack-unit system…

2020-01-21 - Gary Hilson

When Will ReRam Move Beyond the R&D Phase?

There’s much potential for ReRAM, but it’s still not in wide production.

2019-12-30 - Nitin Dahad

AIMotive Starts Shipments of aiWare3

Hardware neural network accelerator can be deployed in an SoC or standalone for automotive vision AI engines.

2019-12-18 - Nitin Dahad

Broadcom Ships Tomahawk 4 for Hyperscale Networks

The monolithic chip delivers 64 ports of 400GbE switching and routing for hyperscale networks.

2019-12-17 - Junko Yoshida

Images in a Post-Truth Era

We can instantly edit, enhance and distort photos. Shouldn’t we think first before enabling that same ability for augmented reality?