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Qualcomm opens research lab for machine learning with University of Amsterdam in Amsterdam
The University of Amsterdam and designer Qualcomm processor start together in Amsterdam, a research department for machine learning. The next five years will fifteen to twenty researchers to work at the Amsterdam Science Park.
The research department comes from the acquisition of UvA spinoffbedrijf EUVision last year, writes the University of Amsterdam. At the department, which comes at the Science Park in Amsterdam, researchers will do research into advanced machine learning and processing data from sensors.
The chip designer focuses his next high-end Snapdragon SOC 820 partly in machine learning, as revealed by the announcement a few months ago. Presumably wants the processor maker socs are those of the competition awarded with such features. Qualcomm lost this year a large order, then Samsung decided its Galaxy S6 rest solely with its own Exynos socs, where the past few years, each also applied socs Qualcomm. The research lab at the University of Amsterdam will fall under the Informatics Institute.Viewing:-197
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