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10/11/2013

Purdue University researchers also use neural networks to create an image-processing application that can categorize objects from a moving car in real-time.
(Source: Eugenio Culurciello, Purdue University/Qualcomm at MIT's EmTech)
Purdue University researchers also use neural networks to create an image-processing application that can categorize objects from a moving car in real-time.
(Source: Eugenio Culurciello, Purdue University/Qualcomm at MIT's EmTech)

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Amedeo87
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Re: chip technology?
Amedeo87   10/12/2013 4:19:29 PM
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maybe is builds with memristor?

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NPU for automotive?
junko.yoshida   10/12/2013 5:39:54 AM
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How far are we exactly to use NPU for vision procesing in automotive applications? What needs to get done before we achieve such a goal? Curious mind wants to know.

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prabhakar_deosthali   10/12/2013 1:30:47 AM
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It will be interesting to track how these new NPUs evolve to imitate those brain functions which make the learning process a natural one - a kids play.

MichaelSB123
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chip technology?
MichaelSB123   10/11/2013 7:18:54 PM
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What does it mean exactly "implemented in hardware"?

Is NPU using regular CMOS technology as the rest of the processor, or is it some kind of specialized analog circuitry?

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