Category: Deep Learning

Megh’s flexible, high-performance deep learning engine

As deep learning (DL) becomes more pervasive, the need for efficient and fast computation is increasing. Traditional central processing units (CPUs) and graphical processing units (GPUs) are typically used for acceleration, despite the limiting nature of their fixed architectures. Field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) have been highlighted for their flexibility, but until recently have fallen

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Using AI/Deep Learning to prevent retail inventory loss

Retail inventory loss (or “shrinkage”) is a serious problem, totaling about $100 billion annually—almost 1.8% of sales—worldwide. The issue is even more acute for those moving high-dollar goods, such as fashion and accessories. As traditional retailers grapple with ongoing market concentration, loss of market share to online sellers, and other pressures, there’s good news: Advanced

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Implementing a real-time, deep learning pipeline with Spark Streaming

With the current information age defining the third wave, we are facing an explosion of real-time data, which is in turn increasing demand for real-time analytics. A real-time analytics solution pipeline typically utilizes a streaming library and an analytics platform. Apache Spark is an open-source, distributed computing platform designed to run analytics payloads on a

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