Tag: ai

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.

Imagination’s neural network accelerator and Visidon’s denoising algorithm prove to be perfect partners

This blog post is a result of a collaboration between Visidon, headquartered in Finland and Imagination, based in the UK. Visidon is recognised as an.

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.

High-Fidelity Conversion of Floating-Point Networks for Low-Precision Inference using Distillation

A major challenge for fast, low-power inference on neural network accelerators is the size of the models. There is a trend in recent years towards.

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.

Reduced Operation Set Computing (ROSC) for Flexible, Future-Proof, High-Performance Inference

The versatility and power of deep learning means that modern neural networks have found myriad applications in areas as diverse as machine translation,.

Running LSTM neural networks on an Imagination NNA

Speech recognition has become more relevant in recent years: it enables computers to translate spoken language into text. It can be found in different.

Imagination China sees 2020 out in award-winning style with IMG Series 4 NNA

Earlier this month Imagination Technologies picked up two awards for its recently launch IMG Series 4 neural network accelerator (NNA). Our NNA is no .

Taking the HyperLane with IMG A-Series

A few months back we introduced the IMG-A-Series, our latest GPU IP, packed with so much scalable, low-power graphics and compute performance we think.

CES 2020: The robots are coming…

Coming away from CES this year one thought filled my head: the robots are coming! Having walked around the floor of this enormous show I saw enough to.