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Latent AI selected as Thales [email protected] partner

Latent AI was recently selected by Thales to participate in their upcoming [email protected] program and recognized as a startup whose AI innovations align with their own market and business opportunities. We are honored to have been chosen out of hundreds of applicants and stand with our fellow three innovators and participants. Thales has successfully executed ...
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Mark Painter October 4, 2022
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Adaptive AI: Ultra-efficient AI inference for edge devices

Edge AI most often fails because traditional models are simply too big or too slow to run on resource constrained devices. By design, standard models either compute all parts of their neural network or none of it. When AI models run continuously, power drains rapidly. And the larger the model, the heavier the hardware necessary ...
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Mark Painter August 30, 2022
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Latent AI Spotlight: The Intern Edition

In many ways startup life revolves around community, both in terms of the friendships that form but also in embracing the larger technological one. Latent AI believes in giving back to the technological community and has supported a growing internship program since our founding. This summer, we have been working closely with seven summer interns ...
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Kim Eng July 26, 2022
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Latent AI Adaptive AI research featured in Machine Vision and Applications Journal

Latent AI research regarding dynamically throttleable neural networks was recently accepted for publication by the prestigious Machine Visions and Applications Journal (MVA). Part of the problem with AI has been its inflexibility, especially regarding computing power. Neural networks runtime either fully fire, or not at all. Latent AI research shows how Adaptive AI can respond ...
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Mark Painter July 12, 2022
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Creating the perfect Iron Chef AI Recipe

The AI Chef The best competitive cooking shows such as the Iron Chef, Top Chef, Chopped and Hell’s Kitchen highlight culinary experts and professionals who craft masterpieces under a strict time limit. These shows are intense, but the chefs still manage to craft innovative and delectable dishes out of everyday ingredients.  While it might not ...
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Sek Chai July 4, 2022
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Solving edge AI challenges in a hardware conflicted world

I recently attended MLOps World and was greatly encouraged by the energy and optimism surrounding AI and what it means for the future. It was a global event with close to 400 international participants representing a wide range of industries who were all by and large seeking new ways to enable and support their ML ...
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Jags Kandasamy June 23, 2022
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Closing the gap between edge AI expertise and implementation

Latent AI CEO Jags Kandasamy was recently interviewed by cybernews magazine about the state of edge AI and where the industry is headed. In the interview, Jags talks about why edge AI is the inevitable future and the rewards enterprises can gain when they get it right. Unfortunately, most are still struggling to reap the ...
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Mark Painter June 2, 2022
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Deploy optimized AI models quickly with Latent AI LEIP Recipes

There are few things that can increase an organization’s bottom line like an edge AI implementation that delivers on its potential. Imagine a tractor enabled with AI computer vision that needs to limit its speed to 20mph to be able to recognize what is a weed and what is a crop. If the inference speed ...
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Latent AI March 30, 2022
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