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Embedded Vision Insights: December 19, 2017 Edition

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LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Dear Colleague,Embedded Vision Summit Vision Tank

Are you an early-stage start-up company developing a new product or service incorporating or enabling computer vision? Do you want to raise awareness of your company and products with vision industry experts, investors and entrepreneurs? Want a chance to win $5,000 in cash plus membership in the Embedded Vision Alliance? If so, apply for a chance to compete in the Vision Tank, part of the Embedded Vision Summit, which will take place May 22-24, 2018 in Santa Clara, California. The Vision Tank is the Embedded Vision Summit's annual start-up competition, showcasing the best new ventures using computer vision in their products or services. Also, register for next year's Embedded Vision Summit while Super Early Bird discount rates are still available, using discount code NLEVI1219.

Google will deliver the free webinar "An Introduction to Developing Vision Applications Using Deep Learning and Google's TensorFlow Framework" on January 17, 2018 at 9 am Pacific Time, in partnership with the Embedded Vision Alliance. The webinar will be presented by Pete Warden, research engineer and technology lead on the mobile and embedded TensorFlow team. It will begin with an overview of deep learning and its use for computer vision tasks. Warden will then introduce Google's TensorFlow as a popular open source framework for deep learning development, training, and deployment, and provide an overview of the resources Google offers to enable you to kick-start your own deep learning project. He'll conclude with several design examples that showcase TensorFlow use and optimization on resource-constrained mobile and embedded devices....