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February 19, 2019 //By Peter Clarke
Consortium seeks to scale artificial intelligence
Four diverse companies – Crossbar, Gyrfalcon, mtes Neural Networks and Robosensing –have joined forces in a consortium called SCAiLE for the development and commercialization of artificial intelligence platforms.
the planned SCAiLE platform can help us get rid of the ‘tyranny of data classification’ through power-saving self-learning devices that use clustering to detect and interpret events."

For now Crossbar is offering up straightforward digital non-volatile memory with broadly parallel access although it is possible that at some point in the future Crossbar ReRAM could be used for processing-in-memory [PIM], Dubois said. "PIM is a separate thing. At some point it may be part of SCAiLE but it's not there yet.

The next step will be for the SCAiLE consortium to set up and demonstrate its AI platform.

Related links and articles:

www.scaile.org

 www.crossbar-inc.com

www.gyrfalcontech.ai

www.mtesnn.jp

www.robosensing.ai

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