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Transportable AI Brings High-Performance, High-Bandwidth Decision-Making to the Edge

June 30, 2021

COTS Journal Checkpoint - RTC Brief - Transportable AI

The growing list of applications for artificial intelligence (AI) covers a wide area including such things as face recognition, image processing, natural language processing, military decision making, robotic control, natural language translation, data mining - the list goes on. Typically, such applications are confined to stationary data centers housing large servers and huge arrays of storage. When AI service is needed at the “edge,” close to the user or situation that will utilize AI support, it has involved communication with the AI server and its data via a network—with the inevitable latency that can compromise in-time response to real situations.

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