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Microsoft’s latest project embeds artificial intelligence onto bread-crumb size computer processors

Microsoft Research today announced a new project that embeds artificial intelligence onto bread-crumb size computer processors. This project is called Embedded Learning Library (ELL) and it will help developers build and deploy machine-learned pipelines onto embedded platforms including Raspberry Pis, Arduinos, Micro:bits, and other microcontrollers. Once deployed, the machine learning model can run without connecting to the internet.
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