The article introduced by this blog post was originally published by Oculi. It is reprinted here with the permission of Oculi.

If we were to consider the human body as an autonomous machine (or system), the eye is one of its smallest organs (or sub-systems) but it is vital to its efficiency and effectiveness for most of the tasks performed. Similarly, vision technology has a disproportionate impact on AI and autonomy.

For this reason, Oculi has developed a novel and optimal vision architecture that can be implemented on a single chip solution and has the potential to disrupt many markets, enable new products, and contribute to significant energy saving. If you’re wondering how a small piece of silicon has such an impact at a global scale, you can check out this expert article for a good perspective of the challenges and opportunities.

Dr. Charbel Rizk
Founder and CEO, Oculi

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