The AI Race Is Heating up for Embedded Chipmakers

December 27, 2018 Embedded Insiders

As the calendar flips to 2019, embedded processor companies continue to ramp up their AI and machine learning offerings. Two leading processor vendors are doubling down on different architectures to capture these sockets, with Intel betting on Movidius vision processors and (formerly Altera's) FPGA technology and NVIDIA continuing to deliver GPU-based solutions. Tune in as the Embedded Insiders recap recent announcements from the two giants, and look ahead at what to expect from AI processors in the future. 

Take a look at highlights of NVIDIA's Jetson AGX Xavier below.

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