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Embedded Vision Insights: January 19, 2016 Edition

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Dear Colleague,Caffe

Recently, I spent three days at the Consumer Electronics Show. It was time very well spent. Many of the vision-based concepts and products I saw there were flat-out amazing: autonomous drones and automobiles, depth-sensing smartphones and tablets, deep-learning based object recognition, augmented and virtual reality, and countless other examples of embedded vision's proliferation. I shot numerous demo videos while I was there, and I look forward to sharing them with you on the website in the near future. For now, check out Marco Jacobs' (videantis) show report.

Speaking of new website content (and of deep learning), I recently conducted a great interview with the three primary developers of the popular open-source Caffe convolutional neural network framework. A transcript of the interview is now published; I commend it to your attention. And if you feel inspired to further your deep-learning understanding after reading it, as I strongly suspect you will be, I encourage you to attend next month's live Caffe tutorial organized by the Alliance and BDTI, and taught by those same three individuals. Register by this Friday and you can take advantage of the Early Bird discount; for more information, see the...