Google partners with Movidius to bring machine learning to future mobile devices

Derek Walter | Jan. 28, 2016 Google will buy low-power machine learning chips and software from Movidius, and contribute to the company’s research. This image, taken from a YouTube video, shows a pilot project at Walgreens to provide 3D views of goods sought by a shopper in a store. The technology comes from Google’s Project Tango and Aisle411, a shopping location application maker. Credit: YouTube A new partnership between Google and chip maker Movidius could change the way your phone looks at the world. According to Movidius, Google will be licensing Movidius’ latest flagship chip, the MA2450, along with the accompanying software stack. The chip has 12 cores, and is able to perform low power, advanced computer vision processing. One possible use for this could be Google’s Project Tango. Google is partnering with Lenovo on…


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