Improving Sensor Fusion for Neuromorphic Vision

//php echo do_shortcode(‘[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Male” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]’) ?> Event cameras—neuromorphic sensors that output asynchronous spikes analogous to those that go from the retina to the brain—may be approaching a point where they stop being considered quite so “exotic.” EE Times has covered them before, especially in articles by those on the front line … Read more

Neuromorphic Chip Gets $1 Million in Pre-Orders

//php echo do_shortcode(‘[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Male” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]’) ?> Neuromorphic computing company GrAI Matter has $1 million in pre-orders for its GrAI VIP chip, the company told EE Times. The startup has engagement to date from companies across consumer Tier-1s, module makers (including ADLink, Framos, and ERM), US and French government research, automotive Tier-1s … Read more

Neuromorphic Device with Low Power Consumption

//php echo do_shortcode(‘[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Male” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]’) ?> Compact, low-latency, and low-power computer systems are required for real-world sensory-processing applications. Hybrid memristive CMOS neuromorphic architectures, with their in-memory event-driven computing capabilities, present an appropriate hardware substrate for such tasks. To demonstrate the full potential of such systems and drawing inspiration from the barn … Read more

Neuromorphic Sensing: Coming Soon to Consumer Products

//php echo do_shortcode(‘[responsivevoice_button voice=”US English Male” buttontext=”Listen to Post”]’) ?> What does “neuromorphic” mean today? “You will get 10 different answers from 10 different people,” laughed Luca Verre, CEO of Prophesee. “As companies take the step from ‘this is what we believe’ to ‘how can we make this a reality,’ what neuromorphic means will change.” … Read more

What’s So Exciting About Neuromorphic Computing

The human brain is the most efficient and powerful computer that exists. Even after decades and decades of technological advancements, no computer has managed to beat the brain with respect to efficiency, power consumption, and many other factors. Will neuromorphic computers be able to do it? The exact sequence of events that take place when … Read more

Neuromorphic Computing: It’s Not Sci-Fi Anymore

What is Neuromorphic Computing? What are its applications? And, what’s happening in India on this front? We were fortunate to get connected with Dr Shubham Sahay, Assistant Professor at IIT Kanpur, who specializes in neuromorphic computing and hardware security. Here are some extracts of his interaction with Aaryaa Padhyegurjar from EFY. Dr Shubham Sahay, Assistant … Read more