Arm's Project Trillium announcement looks at processors for AI

British chip designer ARM is the latest firm to prime the AI pump with specialized hardware, unveiling two new processor designs today that it promises will deliver “a transformational amount of compute capability” for companies building machine learning-powered gadgets. The designs are for the ARM Machine Learning (ML) Processor, which will speed up general AI applications from machine translation to facial recognition; and the ARM Objection Detection (OD) Processor, a second-generation design optimized for processing visual data and detecting people and objects. The OD processor is expected to be available to industry customers at the end of this month, while the ML processor design will be available sometime in the middle of the year.... Continue reading…

Arm's Project Trillium announcement looks at processors for AI

Arm on Tuesday announced its new direction in "the industry's most scalable, versatile ML compute platform." They are talking up their new platform called Project Trillium. The project involves ...

Thu 15 Feb 18 from TechXplore

ARM Announces Project Trillium, a New Dedicated AI Processing Family

ARM has launched a new series of AI-focused processors, with the goal of improving machine learning in mobile devices. The post ARM Announces Project Trillium, a New Dedicated AI Processing ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from Extremetech

ARM's latest processors are designed for mobile AI

ARM isn't content to offer processor designs that are kinda-sorta ready for AI. The company has unveiled Project Trillium, a combination of hardware and software ingredients designed ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from Engadget

ARM Launches Project Trillium To Boost AI Machine Learning On Smartphones

Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) are coming in at a rapid pace, and mobile devices seem to be the new frontier. ARM's processor architecture underpins nearly every smartphone sold today ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from HotHardware

Your next phone may have an ARM machine learning processor

 ARM doesn’t build any chips itself, but its designs are at the core of virtually every CPU in modern smartphones, cameras and IoT devices. So far, the company’s partners have ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from TechCrunch

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