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Automotive
David Harold

The dawning of the AI age

I don’t think many would disagree that the key technology trend of the 21st century so far has been the advent of mobile. However today I think we are on the verge of a huge shift towards another driving paradigm – smartness. Mobile has had huge social benefits

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News and events
Chris Longstaff

Embedded Vision Summit 2017: thoughts from the floor

Having recently returned from another exciting Embedded Vision Summit show we’d like to share our thoughts in a blog post. This year’s event once again impressed, with compelling conversations and discussions about vision and surrounding technologies setting the event apart from other less focused conferences. After the show

Automotive
Benny Har-Even

Convolutional neural networks in action

These days we seem to take it for granted how powerful and sophisticated computers have become. We can talk to our phones and our Bluetooth speakers and they will respond with context-aware information; in certain cars you can take your hands off the wheel and let yourself be

Mobile
Robin Britton

Object recognition using Convolutional Neural Networks on a PowerVR GPU

This week at the Embedded Vision Summit in California we are showcasing our latest Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) object recognition demo. Since launching the original demo at last year’s EVS, the demo has been expanded to include multiple network models and is now implemented using Imagination’s own graph

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Mobile
Ashley Smith

OpenVX 1.1 with Convolutional Neural Network extension in action

In December last year, Imagination announced we were the first to submit an OpenVX 1.1 conformant implementation. In this blog post, we will show how our work has developed since then on one of the first implementations of the Khronos OpenVX 1.1 API as well as the new

embedded vision summit
News and events
Chris Longstaff

Imagination at the Embedded Vision Summit 2017

The Imagination PowerVR team are busily preparing for the Embedded Vision Summit 2017 (EVS), taking place from 1-3 May in Santa Clara. EVS is a great industry event for all those involved with vision and surrounding technologies. From the IP creators like Imagination, through the semiconductor companies, algorithm developers and equipment

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Consumer multimedia
Benny Har-Even

Showing our vision with OpenVX™ 1.1 support for PowerVR GPUs

You may already have seen that Imagination has announced that its PowerVR GPUs are the first to achieve conformance with the OpenVX 1.1 specification from the Khronos™ Group. OpenVX is an open, royalty-free standard API for cross-platform acceleration of computer vision applications. By being ahead of the game,

Consumer multimedia
Chris Longstaff

Deep learning on mobile devices at the Embedded Vision Summit 2016

It was clear last week at the annual Embedded Vision Summit in Santa Clara that the time of computer vision and deep learning on mobile had finally arrived. Interest in the area is growing noticeably – the Summit program expanded from one to two days this year, there

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