Bristol-based AIoT specialist has built a package of tools and resources to accelerate the development of devices that can ‘think’ for themselves Bristol UK, 7 October 2020 — XMOS today announces its all-new software development kit (SDK) for the artificial intelligence of things (AIoT). Incorporating TensorFlowLite for Microcontroller development tools, the SDK is designed to harness xcore.ai’s versatility …
This whitepaper outlines the advantages of the XVF3510 and the ease of deployment as a single chip solution for USB smart-microphone accessories.
CEO, Mark Lippett talks to Electronic Design about the impact of Nvidia’s acquisition of Arm.
CEO Mark Lippett shares his thoughts on the sale in this article from the Financial Times.
The artificial intelligence of things is reaching a tipping point, with devices that combine AI with the IoT beginning to see real deployment cases.
You might say that the signing of a definitive agreement for Nvidia to acquire Arm for $40B represents ‘the chickens coming home to roost’.
Examining the evolution of the xcore architecture, to today’s crossover processor, xcore.ai.
Read CEO, Mark Lippett’s recent interview for The Telegraph, discussing XMOS and the Future Fund
Fascinating work from the team at UMass Amherst, to develop a device that analyses coughing and crowd size.
Opening the door to a natural human-machine interaction with far-field voice.