Qualcomm to make deep learning features easier to create for device OEMs

Neural Processing Engine SDK for Snapdragon 820 processors Vendor has 65 per cent share of the LTE baseband market First SOC provider to offer a deep learning toolkit optimised for mobile Qualcomm Technologies is offering its first deep learning software development kit (SDK) for devices powered by its Snapdragon 820 processors. The Neural Processing Engine SDK is powered by Qualcomm’s Zeroth Machine Intelligence Platform and is optimised to provide OEMs with a platform for delivering deep learning-driven experiences on smart devices. The vendor says it is the first mobile system on a chip (SOC) provider to offer a deep learning toolkit optimised for mobile. Qualcomm says the SDK will allow OEMs to run their own neural network models on Snapdragon 820 devices such as smartphones, security cameras, vehicles and drones,…


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