Kathleen Kallot and Augustin Marty explain how Intel Movidius technology is reducing the complexity of developing custom circuit boards and allowing developers and companies to prototype AI applications with the Intel Movidius Neural Compute Stick. They also demonstrate how the newly announced Intel AI: In Production program makes it easier to bring these designs to market.
Kathleen Kallot is a product marketing manager at Intel, where she leads marketing and business enablement for the Intel Movidius neural compute platforms within Intel’s Artificial Intelligence Product Group. An entrepreneur, developer, maker, and innovator, Kathleen believes that given the right tools, everybody can create and develop innovative products. Previously, she served in various roles within Intel mainly focused on fostering and developing new businesses and ecosystems around the IoT, robotics, wearables, AR/VR, and drones.
Augustin Marty is cofounder and CEO of Deepomatic, a company developing a software platform allowing any worker from any company to build image or video recognition applications and exploit them locally, in embedded systems. Previously, he worked in operations, sales, and technologies for large infrastructure companies in India, China, and France. Augustin studied mathematics and economics at École des Ponts ParisTech and UC Berkeley.
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