Your next phone may have an ARM machine learning processor
gjacobse last edited by
ARM doesn’t build any chips itself, but its designs are at the core of virtually every CPU in modern smartphones, cameras and IoT devices. So far, the company’s partners have shipped more than 125 billion ARM-based chips. After moving into GPUs in recent years, the company today announced that it will now offer its partners machine learning and dedicated object detection processors. Project Trillium, as the overall project is called, is meant to make ARM’s machine learning (ML) chips the de facto standard for the machine learning platform for mobile and IoT.
Emad R last edited by Emad R
Its called NPU, and everybody thinks (not the end user of-course) that it is half baked if not total gimmick.
Deep learning is shallower and more hyped than Italian television