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Accelerate Your On-device AI with the Qualcomm Artificial Intelligence (AI) Engine on Snapdragon

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...
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Running Inference Using a Pre-trained Neural Network

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...
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A Four-Phase Strategy for Robotic Vision Processing, Part Two

In Part 1 of this two-part series on machine vision for robotics, we discussed how advances in technology are allowing today's robots to see, analyze, and make decisions more like humans. This...
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Using Physics-based Rendering to Enhance Realism in your Mobile Games

In my recent blog, Increasing Realism for an Elite Gaming Experience, we introduced physics based rendering (PBR) as a key feature of Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Elite Gaming aimed at increasing realism...
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IoT Security Considerations

Building the Foundation With billions of "things" becoming connected in the era of IoT, security is a significant issue and remains a top concern for many customers. This in turn becomes a...
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A Four-Phase Strategy for Robotic Vision Processing, Part One

The Evolution of Vision in Robotics First-generation consumer robots, such as the first robotic vacuum cleaners introduced to consumers, were relatively simplistic and had limited abilities to self-...
https://developer.qualcomm.com/blog/four-phase-strategy-robotic-vision-processing-part-one
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IIoT Project … Activate!

The Shift from Reactive to Active IoT, which takes advantage of advanced connectivity, sensors, and computing has allowed for a shift in industrial settings from the traditional reactive...
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Increasing Realism for an Elite Gaming Experience

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. recently announced the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 855 mobile platform, which includes support for a number of performance improvements over the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 845...
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AI Machine Learning Algorithms – How a Neural Network Works

In my previous blog, Mobile AI Through Machine Learning Algorithms, I mentioned that a neural network is a popular artificial intelligence (AI) mechanism, and that advances in processing power means...
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How to Better Plan your VR Development Process

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI) is no stranger to virtual reality (VR) development, with our previous Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 VR Development Kit. Recently we launched the Snapdragon 845 VR Dev...
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