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"Snapdragon Hybrid Computer Vision/Deep Learning Architecture for Imaging Applications," a Presentation from Qualcomm

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Robert Lay, Computer Vision and Camera Product Manager at Qualcomm, presents the "Snapdragon Hybrid Computer Vision/Deep Learning Architecture for Imaging Applications" tutorial at the May 2019 Embedded Vision Summit.

Advances in imaging quality and features are accelerating, thanks to hybrid approaches that combine classical computer vision and deep learning algorithms and that take advantage of the powerful heterogeneous computing capability of Qualcomm Snapdragon mobile platforms. Qualcomm’s dedicated computer vision hardware accelerator, combined with the flexible deep learning capabilities of the Qualcomm AI Engine, help developers meet performance goals for the most complex on-device vision use cases with lower power consumption and processor load. In this talk, Lay reviews the Snapdragon heterogeneous architecture and how Qualcomm's dedicated computer vision processor and tools accelerate the realization of high performance, efficient imaging and vision applications.