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What’s Next in Image Processing at the Edge with NexOptic

The term image processing encompasses many different tasks, including computational photography, computer vision algorithms, and even basics like image compression. One aspect all of these processes...
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Accelerating Distributed AI Applications

In his recent webinar, Accelerating Distributed AI Applications, Ziad Asghar, our Vice President, Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., gave an insightful and pragmatic overview where...
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Training ML Models at the Edge with Federated Learning

Centralized machine learning (ML) is the ML workflow that most of us are familiar with today, where training is allocated to powerful servers which update model parameters using large datasets. The...
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Optimizing Image Processing Algorithms With Halide

Think about what it takes to process a 2D image. For example, performing a basic blur might involve iterating over an image’s pixels one row at a time, and then computing averages between...
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TensorFlow Lite for Inference at the Edge

Qualcomm products mentioned within this post are offered by Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries. In our introductory blog on TensorFlow, we discussed the framework's graph-...
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From Training to Inference: A Closer Look at TensorFlow

As machine learning (ML) has grown, many open source frameworks have come along, effectively democratizing what was once reserved for artificial intelligence (AI) researchers. Of these frameworks...
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Use Cases That Benefit from Hexagon DSP SDK — Version 3.5 Available Now

DSP programmers: You’ve told us that the only thing worse than seeing your DSP workloads crash is having to send us the memory dump for analysis. And you’re right: It is a headache, or used to be,...
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