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With the recent launch of the Snapdragon™ Neural Processing Engine (NPE) SDK, we previously highlighted the importance of on-device processing for time-critical AI applications. For example, the ability for self-driving cars make instant decisions - identifying and avoiding an obstacle in the road as near to the time it was detected, rather than following a trip across the network to a server in the cloud.
The demand for developers is higher than ever. We live in a world that is increasingly reliant on digital technology and tools, and developers help keep it all running. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the number of software developer jobs to grow 19% in this decade - which is nearly 3X the average growth rate of 7% for all other professions.
Qualcomm® Developer Network September Developer of the Month is Jake Weinstein.
Inventing the future isn’t as difficult as it sounds, especially when you give a group of students, entrepreneurs, industry professionals and startups the right resources and a few months to rock the Internet of Things (IoT).
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