AI at the Edge – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 659

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: This is the moment for AI at the edge. That’s the view of Fabrizio Del Maffeo, Vice President and Managing Director for AAEON Technology Europe. He spoke with Chip Chat about AI trends his company sees emerging worldwide.

A leading manufacturer of advanced industrial and embedded computing platforms, AAEON brought intelligence to industrial controls. Today, it supports artificial intelligence and sponsors UP Bridge The Gap, a user community for established companies starting to use AI.

There’s more data and more video at the edge than ever before, says Del Maffeo, and it must be processed at the edge rather than in the cloud because of security, privacy, and bandwidth limitations.

Algorithms running in the cloud must run on completely different architectures at the edge. AAEON has embraced Intel technology, particularly the Intel Distribution of OpenVINO toolkit for porting code between platforms, something vital for customers moving from low-cost industrial architecture to high-performance Intel Xeon Scalable Processors, including the 2nd Generation family.

While porting algorithms from cloud to edge is not yet plug-and-play, Del Maffeo foresees stronger integration between tools at the edge, including tools for cloud, machine learning, and deep learning – like TensorFlow and CAFFE.

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