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Tue, March 15, 2022
In the world of IoT, both humans and objects are continuously connected, collecting and communicating data, in a rising number of applications including industry 4.0, biomedical, environmental monitoring, smart houses and offices. Local computation in the edge has become a necessity to limit data traffic. Additionally embedding AI processing in the edge adds potentially high levels of smart autonomy to these IoT 2.0 systems. Progress in nanoelectronic technology allows to do this in power- and hardware-efficient architectures and designs. This keynote gives an overview of key solutions, but also describes the main limitations and risks, exploring the edge of edge AI.
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