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Learning from the best: How nature can inspire AI research

Why should current-day AI researchers look into biology and the brain? We discuss in our latest AI research blog post.

Why Ethernet should be the connectivity backbone of every car

It’s no exaggeration to say that connectivity is the lifeblood that enables all our everyday tech to function, and that extends to connectivity inside our.

Imagination and Humanising Autonomy Part 2: The humans behind the autonomy

Welcome to the second in a series of articles where we explore how Imagination and Humanising Autonomy, a UK-based AI behaviour company, are teaming up to.

Imagination and Humanising Autonomy Part 1: The path to safer roads

Welcome to the first in a series of articles where we explore how Imagination and Humanising Autonomy, a UK-based behaviour AI company, are teaming up to.

Vulkan synchronisation and graphics-compute-graphics hazards: Part 2

Or: How I learned to stop worrying and ping-pong the queues

In this article, we are referring to the various problems we encountered when it comes to.

Vulkan synchronisation and graphics-compute-graphics hazards: Part I

Vulkan synchronisation scenarios: the use case

In modern rendering environments, there are a lot of cases where a compute workload is used during a frame..

Making surround-view for cars smarter and safer

With modern advancements in automotive safety, we are seeing advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS) such as surround-view become the new standard in.

Being a woman in engineering: India vs the West

To mark Women in Engineering Day (23 June 2020), in this blog post, Divya Sai Keerthi, a software design engineer at Imagination, gives her personal views.

The importance of male allies in engineering

To mark Women in Engineering Day (23 June 2020), in this blog post, Elliot Taylor, a hardware design engineer at Imagination, gives his personal views on.

Max out Call of Duty Mobile with PowerVR

If you’re wary about Call of Duty®: Mobile, don’t be. Sure, there are compromises here and there – along with some mildly obnoxious microtransactions –.