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Saturday, July 29, 2017

Mobile Neural Networks

This kind of work is going on elsewhere, like at Google, to try to put the intelligence and learning on the 'edge' of a network.

MIT Research Could Make Neural Networks Portable
By Ryan Whitwam  

Computers aren’t just getting faster these days–  they’re getting smarter. That’s thanks largely to artificial neural networks, which consist of multiple nodes of processing designed to interpret and understand data more like a biological brain. Neural networks are behind modern software features like voice recognition, computer vision, and even beating humans at Go. However, neural networks need a lot of power, so they usually run in the cloud. Having a neural network locally on your mobile device could be hugely beneficial, and it may be possible thanks to research from a team at MIT. ... " 

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