Archive | May, 2016

5 Google Projects that Will Bring AI into Your Home This Year

Takeaways from Google I/O 2016 The tenth annual Google I/O conference was all about artificial intelligence (AI). Advances in voice recognition, image recognition, translation, and contextual conversational assistance were some of the main highlights of the keynote. Google CEO Sundar Pichai stated that “thanks to profound advances in machine learning and AI… we are poised […]

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Deep Learning and Low Power Vision Processing are the key to Autonomous Driving – Thoughts from the IS-Auto 2016 Conference

As we enter into the realm of fully autonomous vehicles over the next decade, automotive Tier-1s and OEMs are striving to solve many unique challenges.  Challenges being addressed range from government policy and public acceptance through to solving the key technological challenges that are critical to help deliver on the promise of full automobile autonomy.  […]

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Video Stabilization Using Computer Vision: Tips and Insights from CEVA’s experts

Demand is on the rise for video cameras on moving platforms. Smartphones, wearable devices, cars, and drones are all increasingly employing video cameras with higher resolution and higher frames rates. In all of these cases, the captured video tends to suffer from shaky global motion and rolling shutter distortion, making stabilization a necessity. Integrating an […]

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Wi-Fi for IoT: Overcoming Connectivity Standard Fragmentation Using a Software-Defined Modem

The number of devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) is rapidly increasing, and showing no signs of slowing down. Of the many different communication standards used for IoT connectivity, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are by far the most dominant. By 2020, These two technologies are forecast to connect 30 billion devices, with Wi-Fi taking […]

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CEVA’s First Quarter 2016 Earnings – Strong start to the year

First Quarter 2016 saw CEVA hit all-time record high total revenues, reaching $16.5 million for the quarter and non-GAAP earnings per share was 17 cents. Revenues were driven by strong licensing, particularly for our vision processor which is gaining a lot of traction recently for machine-learning applications. Royalty revenue of $7.9 million was derived from […]

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