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New Heights for High Dynamic Range

This blog post was originally published at Ambarella’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Ambarella. Advances in our HDR processing algorithms are changing the way cameras handle challenging lighting conditions. In everyday life we often encounter strong lighting contrasts—shadows under the sun, bright lamps at night, a garage door opening to reveal …

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The Battlefield of Cutting Edge Face Detectors

This blog post was originally published at Xailient’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Xailient. Face detector is one of the most commonly used AI component today. Whether you are building a system to count the number of people in a room or a home security system that unlocks the door when …

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Where AI Falls Short

This blog post was originally published at Intel’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Intel. My colleague Abigail Wen is interviewing some of the greatest minds in artificial intelligence (AI) with her new podcast—Intel on AI. From Ivy-league professors to Fortune 50 executives, I’m pleasantly surprised to hear how many experts in …

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The AI Revolution: Less Artificial, More Intelligent, and Beneficial to Society (Part One)

This blog post was originally published at BrainChip’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of BrainChip. Today’s neuromorphic computing architecture is capable of real-time learning and classification which is leading to a new path of Artificial Intelligence. As technology advances, new ways to support sequential memory, prediction and eventually, awareness is within our …

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Qualcomm Cloud AI 100 Advances to Next Stage of Development

Qualcomm Cloud Edge AI Development Kit commercially available in 1st half of 2021 This blog post was originally published at Qualcomm’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Qualcomm. Since the Qualcomm Cloud AI 100 inference accelerator was announced a year ago, our AI team has been very busy. Today marks an important …

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What About Privacy?

This blog post was originally published at Ambarella’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Ambarella. In an age of universal surveillance, our sensing camera solutions offer a privacy-focused alternative. Security cameras are seemingly everywhere, all around us. They’ve become so ubiquitous that we barely even notice them anymore, monitoring and recording us …

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Towards Dent Measurement by Drone

This blog post was originally published at Donecle’s website on behalf of 8tree. It is reprinted here with the permission of Donecle and 8tree. Can you measure dents? This is a question which our customers and prospects ask on a regular basis. Dent damage is a chronic and recurring problem on aircraft, due to loading …

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Pushing the Boundaries of AI Research

A look at select, cutting-edge research coming out of Qualcomm AI Research This blog post was originally published at Qualcomm’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Qualcomm. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing industries, products, and core capabilities by delivering dramatically enhanced experiences. However, this is just the start of the AI revolution. …

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How Facebook Uses AI

This blog post was originally published at Intel’s website. It is reprinted here with the permission of Intel. 2.7 billion people—more than one third of all humans on planet Earth—use Facebook. That’s a staggering figure! Despite its ubiquity, the centrality of AI—not just hand-written code—is probably invisible to most users. In a recent episode of …

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Seeing is Believing — AI-Powered Camera Sensors

This blog post is an abridged version of the Gyrfalcon white paper “AI-Powered Camera Sensors”. Computing at the Edge: Smart Cameras, Robotic Vehicles and End-Point Devices Visual data has grown volumetrically – Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming overwhelming amounts of video into timely and actionable intelligence at a rate like never before. AI-powered cameras at …

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