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EETimes Article: AI Comes To Sensing Devices

By February 26, 2018May 12th, 2021No Comments

GreenWaves Technologies, a startup based in Grenoble, France, launched an apps processor designed to do image, sound and vibration AI analysis on battery-operated sensing devices. The processor, called GAP8, is built on the RISC-V and PULP open-source projects.
Greenwaves’ first sample chip just came back last week from TSMC, which built it using its 55nm low power process. With this brainchild in hand, the company is pitching its GAP8 processor and GAP8 software development kit this week both at Mobile World Congress here and Embedded World in Nürnberg, Germany.
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