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The BrainChip podcast is a monthly coverage of neuromorphic processor developments covering artificial intelligence to the Edge, developments in event based neural network processing inspired by the spiking nature of the human brain. Who is this podcast for? These podcasts are intended to provide insights for the engineering community, technical editors that write about the burgeoning Artificial Intelligence market, potential investors and anyone with an interest in AI.
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In this fourth episode of the series, Mankar discusses with host Louis DiNardo, BrainChip’s CEO, the company’s industrial advantages and the market benefits of its Akida™ neuromorphic processor
Hosted by BrainChip CEO Louis DiNardo, the third episode in the series highlights Peter van der Made’s success in being at the forefront of computer innovation and invention for 45 years. He designed the first generations of digital neuromorphic devices on which BrainChip’s Akida™ neuromorphic processor is based, and holds its patent. His book, Higher Intelligence: How to Create a Functional Artificial Brain, published in 2013, describes the architecture of the brain from a computer science perspective. He remains actively involved in the design of the next generation of Akida chips and in research on advanced neuromorphic architectures.
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2021-01-1212:45

This second episode provides a detailed view of the Company’s served markets, success of the Early Access Program, and Intellectual Property licensing. The episode will conclude with an update on the current status of device development and commercial efforts. Subsequent podcasts may include BrainChip management and industry experts.
In this launch episode of the BrainChip (ASX:BRN) podcast from San Francisco, CEO Lou DiNardo talks about on-chip learning and ultra-low power edge AI. He discusses the progress of the development of the Akida neural networking processor and the efforts to commercialise both their intellectual property and their integrated circuits.
In this launch episode of the BrainChip (ASX:BRN) podcast from San Francisco, CEO Lou DiNardo talks about on-chip learning and ultra-low power edge AI. He discusses the progress of the development of the Akida neural networking processor and the efforts to commercialise both their intellectual property and their integrated circuits.
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