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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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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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Join Latent AI at TinyML Summit San Francisco

Wednesday, March 30th 2022 Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport 1333 Bayshore Highway, Burlingame, CA 94010 https://www.tinyml.org/event/summit-2022/ Optimizing for tinyML is not easy. ML Engineers go through a frustrating process that is difficult to iterate and requires constant trade-offs between model accuracy, inference speed, size, and memory. However, there is a better way. Please join Latent ...
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Latent AI March 23, 2022
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