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So-called smart devices like Amazon Echo and Google Nest made early headway into our homes. But will devices as small as a vibration sensor soon outsmart an Echo? Here’s a look under the hood of “TinyML.”
Since mid-September, 10 teams of LeTourneau University engineering students have been working on projects involving artificial intelligence to enter into a contest. Winners of that contest were announced Friday in the lobby of the Glaske Engineering Center after demonstrations from students.
Qeexo, the “tinyML” specialist, said its AutoML platform now supports the smallest Cortex processors from Arm Ltd., making it the first vendor to automate machine learning on the Arm processor used for edge computing in sensors and microcontrollers.