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If you are a game developer, you probably know that Unity, one of the most widely used real-time 3D environment creation systems, provides developers and artists with world-class tools and workflows.
What’s new for developers on the 5G front?
A few weeks ago, I posted your 5G wake-up call, with hooks for 5G in the ConnectivityManager class in Android Q. As 5G rolls out and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI) tells that story, we’ll continue to post developer-oriented background and information.
What is an “RTOS” or “real time operating system” and why should embedded system and mobile developers care about it?
To understand the importance of RTOS, let’s start by looking at what a “general-purpose OS” (GPOS) is. You’re probably already familiar with GPOSes, as they’re the kind found on devices you use every day, like your smart phone and work PC (e.g., Android, Windows, etc.).
In a previous artificial intelligence blog, AI Machine Learning Algorithms – How a Neural Network Works, we looked at the basics of how a neural network is structured with layers and how such a network is trained. And while there are many steps and a lot to think about, thankfully there are many AI frameworks and pre-built networks out there that can do a lot of the heavy lifting for you.
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