What will the ultra-high-speed cameras and artificial intelligence of the future look like?

An innovative neuromorphic chip has been created in Russia, the capabilities of which open up a new direction in the creation of smart technology. This chip is already ready, made in hardware. It was created by the Motiv-NT company in partnership with Kaspersky Lab specialists. A neuromorphic camera connected to this chip can see and analyze millions of events per second using a pulsed neural network, for example, counting the falling grains of sand in an hourglass. And do this while consuming thousands of times less energy. Andrey Lavrentyev, head of the technology development department at Kaspersky Lab, told Gazeta.Ru about the prospects for the development of such devices, as well as neuromorphic AI of the future.

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