XMOS introduces firmware variants for USB accessory devices and built-in solutions, both containing purpose-designed algorithms for sophisticated voice processing Bristol UK, 27th July 2020 — XMOS today announces new firmware variants, supporting USB and built-in applications of its XVF3510 voice processor. Designed to address the rapidly evolving demands of the far-field voice market, the XVF3510 opens …
At the start of June, XMOS took part in the VOICE Global event – a 24 hour, worldwide livestream, delivered by the team behind VOICE Summit. As part of the event, XMOS CEO, Mark Lippett delivered a session entitled ‘Voice vs touch: the shifting tide of interaction,’ which we’re delighted to share below.
Opening the door to a natural human-machine interaction with far-field voice.
The first in a series of blogs that address themes from The Linley Group’s report on xcore.ai.
Insight into our easy-to-use machine learning model deployment tools for xcore.ai.
The battle with battery life is a familiar one. When people ask about power, they’re often thinking about energy consumption.
An overview of our tinyML Talks webcast, demonstrating our software tools for xcore.ai.
Watch our presentation from the tinyML Talks Webcast series.
“Using its vector engine, xcore.ai delivers much better neural-network performance than any standard microcontroller, even more-expensive models.”
Cost, power consumption and data security make up many of the reasons electronics engineers are struggling to embed true artificial intelligence within devices, research by XMOS finds Bristol UK, 2nd June 2020 — Electronics engineers are still struggling to embed true artificial intelligence within devices themselves, instead relying on the cloud, which limits the potential …