How do you turn any product into a smart product? Have it engage with the user, understand the environment, be instantly responsive, and have exceptional reliability.
Breakthroughs in deep learning and new analog-domain computation methods to deploy trained neural networks will deliver exciting new capabilities to consumer and industrial hardware products. Michael B. Henry explains why the combination of human-like levels of recognition and massive computation capabilities in a tiny package will enable products with true awareness and understanding of the user and environment.
The three keys to success include:
Michael B. Henry is the founder and CEO of Isocline, a venture-backed AI hardware company that makes it easy to put powerful local speech and vision AI into any product, from wearables to cars. Under the hood, Isocline’s tech uses new methods of computing inside of flash memory arrays to deliver the processing capabilities of 10 mobile GPUs in a small, low-cost form factor.
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