Optimizing Connected ML Algorithms

Engineers frequently have to make important decisions as to where to place their code: in the cloud, on an edge device, or on-premise. This decision always involves tradeoffs — accounting for the right combination of software, firmware, development tools and hardware that are available for each set of circumstances. On Samsara’s machine learning and computer vision (ML/CV) team, we build

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CAPTCHA: Made you look

Those internet security tests that ask you to retype blurry numbers or pick out photos of traffic lights have an important job: They stop robots from gumming up the internet. But by using them everywhere, we’re training computers to see the world like we do, and they’re getting really good at it. What happens as it gets harder to prove

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In unpredictable times, a data strategy is key

More than 18 months after the 2020 coronavirus pandemic struck, it’s clear that the ability to make quick decisions based on high-quality data has become essential for business success. In an increasingly competitive and constantly shifting landscape, companies must be agile enough to tackle persistent challenges, ranging from cost-cutting and supply chain issues to product development and market shifts. Critical

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The prospect of Processing In Memory (PIM) in memory systems for AI applications

The global digital transformation, accelerated by COVID-19, is changing the evolution paradigm of memory semiconductor technology. The development of related technologies – such as AI (artificial intelligence), IoT (Internet of Things) and Big Data, which are pouring in real-time in telecommuting, video conferencing, and online classes – has led to an explosion in the amount of data to be processed.

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Amazon’s Zoox will test its autonomous driving technology in Seattle’s ‘different driving culture’

A Zoox test vehicle drives past Seattle’s Pike Place Market. (Zoox Photo)
Zoox, the robotaxi company acquired by Amazon last year, will start testing its autonomous driving technology in Seattle for the first time this month, after focusing on Las Vegas and the Bay Area for the past four years.
The company also plans to open an office in the

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Machine learning in the cloud is helping businesses innovate

In the past decade, machine learning has become a familiar technology for improving the efficiency and accuracy of processes like recommendations, supply chain forecasting, developing chatbots, image and text search, and automated customer service functions, to name a few. Machine learning today is becoming even more pervasive, impacting every market segment and industry,

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NASA’s newly launched Lucy spacecraft is having issues with one of its solar panels

One of Lucy’s solar panels fully deployed before its launch | Image: Lockheed Martin

A robotic spacecraft that NASA just launched to explore clusters of asteroids around Jupiter may be in some slight trouble on its journey through space. The space probe, named Lucy, is having issues with one of its two main solar panels, which

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Scientists achieve the coldest temperature ever recorded

Absolute zero is the coldest anything can ever get in the universe, and scientists just broke a record by coming within trillionths of a degree of achieving it in a new experiment.At a fundamental level, temperature is a measure of molecular motion: the faster molecules are moving, the more collisions they produce which translates into an increase in heat. The

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