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Qualcomm Invests in Chinese AI Unicorn SenseTime for On-Device AI

SenseTime, China’s leading AI unicorn, on Nov. 15 announced a strategic investment agreement with global communications giant Qualcomm Inc., which is pending closing. (Photo above...

New PCI Express 4.0 delay may empower next-gen alternatives

CIe 4.0 is already overdue. Now, the specification's latest delay, combined with a slew of competition, is shaping up to be an epic computer...

AI Gets Edgy: How New Chips are Pushing AI from the...

editor note: This is part 1 of a series of articles that AI Trends is publishing based on our recent webinar on the same...

Will.i.am’s Back With a New AI That Lives on Your Wrist—Or...

WILL.I.AM SOUNDS congested and subdued, his batteries running low after a high-octane appearance onThe Ellen Show earlier that day. He’s longing for 2025, when an artificial intelligence will...

Qualcomm reveals deep learning SDK for devices powered by Snapdragon 820...

Aware that its future in mobile SoCs and baseband silicon will always be threatened by the race to the bottom and the rise of...

Qualcomm is enabling more AI on your smartphone

The benefits of machine learning continue to trickle down to smartphones and gadgets, and chipmaker Qualcomm wants to help speed up the process. The...

Android-powered robot phone – RoboHon – by Sharp now available

Japanese manufacturer Sharp has taken the unusual step of launching a small robot that doubles as an Android cellphone. First previewed at last year’s CEATEC...

The revolutionary chipmaker behind Google’s project Tango is now powering DJI’s...

A small European startup, Movidius, is poised to emerge as a powerhouse in the age of computer vision A few weeks ago DJI unveiled its...

Nervana’s cloud platform makes deep learning more widely available

Deep learning has usually been accessible to only the largest organizations, but that's starting to change. On Monday, an AI startup called Nervana launched...

Microsoft, Intel, Samsung, & others launch IoT standards group: Open Connectivity...

Giants of the tech world are banding together to found a new group to support the burgeoning Internet of Things (IoT) industry. The Open Connectivity...