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    Huawei Kirin 970 SoC has a dedicated Neural Processing Unit

    In this 10nm SoC, the NPU works alongside the 8-core CPU and 12-core GPU for AI smarts.
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    Re: Huawei Kirin 970 SoC has a dedicated Neural Processing Unit

    Need to work on the professionalism of their slides/presentations though. I don't know how you can be 'under privacy', and the performance should be 25X (faster), not up 25x (if up 25X, then the chart below should show total 26X, not 25X )

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    Re: Huawei Kirin 970 SoC has a dedicated Neural Processing Unit

    I get the feeling "Neural Processing Unit" is going to be the new buzz word for marketeers.

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    Re: Huawei Kirin 970 SoC has a dedicated Neural Processing Unit

    MARKETING: My voice call needs "neural processing" so it finishes what I wanted to say saving time. This is same to AVX512 on intel processors.........a feature that helps 0.1% of PC owners.

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    Re: Huawei Kirin 970 SoC has a dedicated Neural Processing Unit

    "My CPU is a neural-net processor; a learning computer. But Skynet presets the switch to read-only when we're sent out alone"...

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    Re: Huawei Kirin 970 SoC has a dedicated Neural Processing Unit

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    "My CPU is a neural-net processor; a learning computer. But Skynet presets the switch to read-only when we're sent out alone"...
    Meep. My phone is going to terminate me.

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