DevKit supports AI on laptops, smartphones

November 07, 2018 // By Peter Clarke
Gyrfalcon Technology Inc. (Milpitas, Calif.), developer of the Lightspeeur 2801S for neural network acceleration at the edge, has announced a development kit including hardware platforms based on the Lightspeeur ASIC.

DevKit includes self-guiding online resources and two PLAI (people learning AI) accessories based on the Lightspeeur 2801S, that can run applications.

The PLAI plug is a USB3.0 dongle that plugs into laptops and other devices running a Windows, Linux or Android operating system. Typical applications that could run on the PLAI plug from within the host system include image classification and recognition

The PLAI Wifi is a wireless accessory that provides 14Gbytes of storage and pairs with Android or iOS smartphones. It can similarly be used for image classification, low-light image enhancement, object or person recognition and other AI capabilities. The accessories come with AI Buddy support software.

"Our DevKit is GTI’s response to companies and developers creating offerings for Edge AI. From large, household-name electronics manufacturers to small companies looking to use the right technology to create AI models independently, everybody can “Plai’ with AI," said Marc Naddell, vice president of marketing and sales at GTI.

Gyrfalcon was founded in 2017 by a group of entrepreneurs and engineers that came from such companies as AMD, Spansion, TDK, Legend Silicon, Omnivision, Cadence, C-Cube and C2 Microsystems.

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