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Artificial Intelligence on a stick

Menno van Doorn
May 04, 2016

Anyone wanting to add some deep learning to his machine? It’s easy to do, now that they’ve put it on a stick.  It’s called the Fathom: a standalone, ultra-low power neural network compute accelerator inside a standard USB stick. Fathom converts trained offline neural networks into embedded neural networks running on the ultra-low power Myriad 2 VPU.

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Director and Trend Analyst VINT | Netherlands
Menno is Director of the Sogeti Research Institute for the Analysis of New Technology (VINT). He mixes personal life experiences with the findings of the 19 years of research done at the VINT Research Institute. Menno has co-authored many books on the impact of new technology on business and society. This is the list of the books and research project he has worked on: Making IT-Governance Work Ope

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    1. I have serious questions whether Fathom is beneficial to the technical era or not but as the artificial intelligence is on hype, i think they can be the only option for the advancement in future.

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