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    BrainChip neuromorphic accelerator PCIe card released

    World's first such card greatly accelerates the search for objects / faces in video frames.
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    Re: BrainChip neuromorphic accelerator PCIe card released

    That image of BrainChip Studio made me giggle, buttons on duffle coat, M&S coat lapels spotted, striped short sleeve shirt, backpack at 4 o'Clock, arrest that clothing immediately.

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    Re: BrainChip neuromorphic accelerator PCIe card released

    law enforcement and security agencies can more quickly find what they are looking for.
    And targeted advertising can more easily pepper you with stuff based on your face, just like in the movies!!

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    Re: BrainChip neuromorphic accelerator PCIe card released

    Please note that your PC will need at least an accompanying 8C/16T processor to achieve the headline performance claims.
    So AMD threadripper CPUs for our law enforcement then.

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    Re: BrainChip neuromorphic accelerator PCIe card released

    Thought that looked like an off the shelf board, I can't see why this usage would need network xfp cages

    https://www.alpha-data.com/dcp/produ...t=adm-pcie-8k5

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