Algorithm Could Make Autonomous Cars Smarter

A new algorithm developed by Mitsubishi Electric could simplify the implementation of deep learning in vehicles, industrial robots, and other machinery. The new system adapts to the specific purposes of each system, using learning data and high-level inferences about the operating environment. This supports the effective structuring of networks and reduces the trial-and-error of design, the company contends. The algorithm is expected to reduce training time, computational costs, and memory requirements to about 1/30th of that of conventional artificial intelligence. The company’s current compact AI has already reduced the computational costs and memory requirements for image recognition by 90 percent compared to conventional AI. The system should help the company expand its AI range of utilization thanks to its compact size and low cost. “It will reduce the costs of…

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