May 2019 Embedded Vision Summit Replay

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Conference Presentation Slides

2019 Embedded Vision Summit Slides
(183 MB—click to download.)

Conference Overview Presentations

Welcome Remarks and Conference Overview (Day 1)
Jeff Bier, Embedded Vision Alliance

Welcome Remarks and Conference Overview (Day 2)
Jeff Bier, Embedded Vision Alliance

Keynote Presentations

"The Future of Computer Vision and Machine Learning is Tiny"
Pete Warden, Google

"Making the Invisible Visible: Within Our Bodies, the World Around Us and Beyond"
Ramesh Raskar, MIT Media Lab

Business Insights Track Presentations

"The Reality of Spatial Computing: What’s Working in 2019 (And Where It Goes From Here)"
Tim Merel, Digi-Capital

"Visual AI Applications and Technologies: Trends and Opportunities"
Jeff Bier, Embedded Vision Alliance and BDTI

"Processor Options for Edge Inference: Options and Trade-offs"
Raj Talluri, Micron Technology

"AI Is Moving to the Edge—What’s the Impact on the Semiconductor Industry?"
Yohann Tschudi, Yole Développement

Vision Tank Competition Finalist Presentations
BlinkAI Technologies, Entropix, Robotic Materials, Strayos and Vyrill

Enabling Technologies Track Presentations

"Accessing Advanced Image Processing Feature Sets with Alvium Cameras Using a V4L2/GenICam Hybrid Driver"
Sebastian Gùˆnther, Allied Vision Technologies

"Using TensorFlow Lite to Deploy Deep Learning on Cortex-M Microcontrollers"
Pete Warden, Google

"AI+: Combining AI and Other Critical Functions Using Intel FPGAs"
Ronak Shah, Intel

"Commercial Grade SLAM Frameworks for Indoor and Outdoor Applications"
Tom Williams, Kudan

"Accelerating Smart Camera Time to Market Using a System-on-module Approach"
Ian Billing, Teknique

"An Ultra-low-power Multi-core Engine for Inference on Encrypted DNNs"
Petronel Bigioi, Xperi

Fundamentals Track Presentations

"An Introduction to Machine Learning and How to Teach Machines to See"
Facundo Parodi, Tryolabs

Technical Insights Track Presentations

"Enabling Automated Design of Computationally Efficient Deep Neural Networks"
Bichen Wu, UC Berkeley

"Methods for Creating Efficient Convolutional Neural Networks"
Mohammad Rastegari, Xnor.ai

"Beyond CNNs for Video: The Chicken vs. the Datacenter"
Steve Teig, Xperi

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