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ChinaJoy is a digital entertainment expo and conference held annually in China where vendors, including Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI) and other key industry players, gather to show off their latest games and technology offerings. Now that the event has wrapped up, we thought this would be a good time to reflect on the event and draw attention to a few key takeaways of interest to mobile game developers.
Wearables have been part of our lives for years, but now we are at a convergence point for wearables where hardware and software, in combination with artificial intelligence (AI), can help improve lives. In this blog we’ll take a closer look at how developers can use AI to enhance the functionality of wearables through new form factors and experiences, and help you take advantage of this growing space.
What would you do with 7 teraOPS of compute available for running your machine learning models on a mobile device?
That would really open up your options in robotics, edge computing, connected cameras and always-on applications, wouldn't it? Hardware acceleration can speed up neural network execution by orders of magnitude in use cases like image classification, object detection, face detection and speech recognition. It can pave the way for new, real-time use cases that otherwise wouldn't be possible, like live video enhancements and fast body tracking for games.
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