Sony financial investment will put AI chips inside Raspberry Pi boards

Sony financial investment will put AI chips inside Raspberry Pi boards Sony will provide its Aitrios on-chip AI picture noticing system.

Sony financial investment will put AI chips inside Raspberry Pi boards

Sony's semiconductor department has announced that it is production a "tactical financial investment" in Raspberry Pi as a way to bring its AI technology to a wider market. The idea is to give Raspberry Pi users worldwide an advancement system for its Aitrios side computing (on-chip) AI system used for picture noticing functions such as face acknowledgment.

"We are very delighted to be partnering with Raspberry Pi Ltd. to bring our Aitrios system — which supports the development of unique and varied solutions utilizing our side AI devices — to the Raspberry Pi user and designer community, and provide a unique development experience," said Sony Semiconductor Solutions head of state and CEO Terushi Shimizu.

The Raspberry Pi 4 and various other devices from the company give users PC-like power in a small form factor. Initially designed as an academic system to instruct robotics, coding and more, it has become popular as a way for coders to model IoT (Internet of Points) and various other devices.

The enhancement of Sony's Aitrios could make it also better. Unlike shadow AI, it runs straight on chips (side computing) to decrease latency, and Sony has pitched the system for uses such as monitoring, more and security. Instances mentioned on a dedicated website consist of stock monitoring and retention, client checking, license plate acknowledgment and "detailed worker evaluation.

" Sony says it protects personal privacy by evaluating information purely on-chip and just sending out metadata to the shadow.

Sony is currently involved with Raspberry Pi as a "longstanding and valued tactical companion," the company said. It recently provided imaging chips with autofocus capability and assisted Raspberry Pi obtain its UK factory up to speed in the very early days of the company.

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