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Open source AI chips making Green Waves: Bringing energy efficiency to IoT architecture
The benefits open source offers in terms of innovation and adoption have earned it a place in enterprise software. We could even go as far as to say open source is becoming the norm in enterprise software. But open source hardware, chips to be specific, and AI chips to be even more specific? Is that a thing? Also: AI Startup Gyrfalcon spins plethora of chips for machine learning Apparently it is. GreenWaves, a startup based in Grenoble, France, is doing just that. GreenWaves is developing custom, ultra-low power specialized chips for machine learning. These specialized chips leverage parallelism and a multi-core architecture to run machine learning workloads at the edge, on battery-powered devices with extreme limitations. The chips GreenWaves makes are based on open source designs, and are making waves indeed.
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