Wroclaw Open Source Meetup #9 Virtual
We are extremely happy to announce that we are back in Meetup business.
Due to the extraordinary circumstances worldwide we were forced to postpone WOSM #9 and move to the online domain. Be sure, though, we are not slowing down.
On October 22nd we are commencing our series of online events with a talk on Developing and testing TensorFlow Lite edge AI algorithms without need for hardware using Renode brought to you by Antmicro VP Business Development - Michel Gielda.
Abstract of the talk:
“The future of Machine Learning is Tiny”. Google’s Pete Warden predicted that billions of small, battery operated devices would soon be able to run neural networks and perform complex ML tasks locally, ensuring privacy, security, and instant response. Indeed, TensorFlow, Google’s machine learning framework is now available on fairly resource-constrained devices like Arm Cortex-M microcontrollers or small RISC-V CPUs. However, the issues connected with developing ML algorithms on physical hardware still remain: how do you repeatedly and reliably test various demos, models, and scenarios on a variety of hardware without manually re-plugging, re-flashing, and waving around tiny boards? As a result of our collaboration with Google, Arm, and other partners, Antmicro’s open source simulation framework, Renode, can be used to deal with those challenges. Renode provides the building blocks to build complex virtual systems and enables you to run and measure the performance of real-world machine learning pipelines in simulation, in both interactive and Continuous Integration scenarios. See the talk to learn how to try Renode and TensorFlow Lite yourself without any hardware or installation with Google’s Colab - interactive notebooks in the cloud.
Be sure to join us at 6 PM on October 22nd.