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The 2020 Embedded Vision Summit (On-Demand Edition)

Now available!

You may have missed parts of the Embedded Vision Summit, but you still can get on-demand access to 75+ talks about the most important current and future topics for people creating AI-enabled products, as well as tutorials, panel discussions and 50+ exhibitor booths.

The 2020 Embedded Vision Summit (On-Demand Edition)

Now available!

You may have missed parts of the Embedded Vision Summit, but you still can get on-demand access to 75+ talks about the most important current and future topics for people creating AI-enabled products, as well as tutorials, panel discussions and 50+ exhibitor booths.

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“An Industry Standard Performance Benchmark Suite for Machine Learning,” a Presentation from MLPerf

Christine Cheng, co-chair of the inference benchmark working group at MLPerf and a senior machine learning optimization engineer at Intel, delivers the presentation “MLPerf: An …

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“Once-for-All DNNs: Simplifying Design of Efficient Models for Diverse Hardware,” a Presentation from MIT

Song Han, Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, delivers the presentation “Once-for-All DNNs: Simplifying Design of Efficient Models …

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Face Mask Detection in Street Camera Video Streams Using AI: Behind the Curtain

This article was originally published at Tryolabs’ website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Tryolabs. In the new world of coronavirus, multidisciplinary efforts …

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“OpenCV: Past, Present and Future,” a Presentation from OpenCV.org

Gary Bradski, the President and CEO of OpenCV.org, delivers the presentation “OpenCV: Past, Present and Future” at the Edge AI and Vision Alliance’s March 2020 …

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Deep Learning for Medical Imaging: COVID-19 Detection

This article was originally published at MathWorks’ website. It is reprinted here with the permission of MathWorks. I’m pleased to publish another post from Barath …

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Deep Learning for Computer Vision with TensorFlow 2.0 and Keras

Now available as an on-line training!

Get the hands-on knowledge you need to develop deep learning computer vision applications—both on embedded systems and in the cloud—with TensorFlow, today’s most popular framework for deep learning. This first-rate training created by a Google Developer Expert is only $299 and allows you to work at your own pace.

Ready to learn more about the training, view the course outline and learn more about the instructor?

Deep Learning for Computer Vision with TensorFlow 2.0 and Keras

Now available as an on-line training!

Get the hands-on knowledge you need to develop deep learning computer vision applications—both on embedded systems and in the cloud—with TensorFlow, today’s most popular framework for deep learning. This first-rate training created by a Google Developer Expert is only $299 and allows you to work at your own pace.

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“How to Create Your Own AI-Enabled Camera Solution in Days,” a Presentation from IDS Imaging Development Systems

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“Lessons Learned from the Deployment of Deep Learning Applications In Edge Devices,” a Presentation from Hailo

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“Memory Allocation in AI and Computer Vision Applications,” a Presentation from CEVA

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“Designing Cameras to Detect the “Invisible”: Handling Edge Cases Without Supervision,” a Presentation from Algolux

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“Enabling Embedded AI for Healthcare,” a Presentation from VeriSilicon

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“Advancing Embedded Vision for an Autonomous World,” a Presentation from Qualcomm

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“Benchmarking vs. Benchmarketing: Why Should You Care?,” a Presentation from Qualcomm

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“Qualcomm AI Leading the Way with Distributed Intelligence,” a Presentation from Qualcomm

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“Ergo: Perceive’s Chip – Data Center-Class Inference in Edge Devices at Ultra-Low Power,” a Presentation from Perceive

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“Machine-Learning-Based Perception on a Tiny, Low-Power FPGA,” a Presentation from Lattice Semiconductor

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“Cadence Tensilica Edge AI Processor IP Solutions for Broad Market Use Cases,” a Presentation from Cadence

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“Smarter Manufacturing with Intel’s Deep Learning-Based Machine Vision,” a Presentation from Intel

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Embedded Vision and Visual AI Industry Map

A new way to identify prospective customers, suppliers and partners.

This new interactive, free-to-use tool provides an easy, efficient way to visualize how thousands of companies fit into the vision industry ecosystem. Covering the entire embedded vision and visual AI value chain, from sub-components to complete systems, you can now dive into the different layers of the vision value chain and in specific end- application markets.

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Here you’ll find a wealth of practical technical insights and expert advice to help you bring AI and visual intelligence into your products without flying blind.

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