MIT’s Eyeriss Chip – Deep Learning Possibilities For Mobile

MIT recently presented their new 168-core chip Eyeriss that has deep learning capabilities for mobile. The excitement at the International Solid State Circuit Conference surrounded the possibilities for this new chip in mobile applications as well as the Internet of Things. Eyeriss offers the possibility of holding features like facial, object, and sound recognition in the palm of your hand. Eyeriss, a new 168-core chip, was presented by MIT recently at the International Solid State Circuits Conference in San Francisco. The team of researchers impressed everyone with its deep learning capabilities and ability to run powerful AI algorithms locally. It will be 10 times more powerful as a mobile GPU. Energy friendly, the processor runs AI algorithms locally rather than uploading to the Internet. In the past, different services like…

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