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CEVA Simplifies Deep Learning For Low-Power Embedded Devices

PRNewswire has published an article describing CEVA, Inc.’s introduction of a new DSP-based offering to bring Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence capabilities to low-power embedded systems. A comprehensive, scalable, integrated hardware and software silicon IP platform that is centered around a new imaging and vision DSP – the CEVA-XM6 – allows developers to efficiently harness […] The post CEVA Simplifies Deep Learning For Low-Power Embedded Devices appeared first on DATAVERSITY.
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