SynSense Launches Speck, Xylo Neuromorphic Development Kits for Edge AI Vision and Audio Work
Neuromorphic computing specialist SynSense has announced the launch of hardware development kits for ultra-low-power vision and audio processing, featuring on-device neural network processing and tiny power requirements — thanks to their inspiration: the human brain.
“We are building a user community around our cutting-edge technologies, not just targeting commercial applications but including research users as well,” claims SynSense’s Dylan Muir, PhD, of the company’s development kit launches. “We are working with universities and research institutions to support teaching, scientific experiments, and algorithmic research. At present, more than 100 industry customers, universities and research institutes are using SynSense neuromorphic boards and software.”