30 Sep '17, 12pm

IBM Uses Deep Learning to Train Raspberry Pi Devices

TORONTO — Computations requiring high performance computing (HPC) power may soon be done in the palm of your hand thanks to work done this summer by IBM Research in Dublin, Ireland . While scientists have come a long away in teaching machines how to process images for facial recognition and understand language to translate texts, IBM researchers focused on a different problem: how to use artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to forecast a physical process. In this case, the focus was on ocean waves, using traditional physics-based models driven by external forces, such as the rise and fall of tides, winds blowing in different directions, the depth and physical properties of water influence the speed and height of the waves. HPC is normally essential to resolve the differential equations that encapsulate these physical processes and their relationships, and the expense of...

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