SynSense and Prophesee partner to combine neuromorphic engineering expertise for developing one-chip event-based smart sensing solution for ultra-low power edge-AI
Partnership leverages respective leadership in neuromorphic computing and sensing to realize on-sensor processing integration leading to small form-factor, low-power and cost-effective IoT solutions Oct 15th, 2021 - SynSense and Prophesee, two leading neuromorphic...
CEA-Leti has announced an EU project to develop algorithms and electronic devices and circuits to form analog spiking processors that mimic biological neural systems. The project reportedly began in January 2020 with a team that included researchers from Leti, IMEC,...
SynSense is using its processor technology to build the next generation of brain-machine interfaces. “We are making a proof-of-concept demonstration to demonstrate that our neuromorphic hardware can act as a smart low-power bridge to the brain,” said Dr Dylan Muir,...
Last week at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference 2019 (WAIC), synsense’s Smart Vision Sensor, Speck, was honored with the Superior AI Leader Top 30 Award (SAIL). The SAIL Award is the highest honor of the WAIC, aimed at selecting major discoveries,...
Along with 18 other industry and research partners, SynSense has been awarded a large grant to develop the next generation of ultra-low-power neuromorphic computing technology, with 20 M€ of funding from industry and national bodies. SynSense joins forces with IMEC,...
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