Our poster entitled “Edge Inference Engine for Deep & Random Sparse Neural Networks with 4-bit Cartesian-Product MAC Array and Pipelined Activation Aligner” has been accepted to Hot Chips 2021. Asst. Prof. Ando will give a presentation at this conference that will be held virtually from August 22 to 24. Hot Read more…
Prof. Motomura gave an invited talk entitled “Information Processing Architecture in the Post-Neumann and Post-Moore Era” at The 68th JSAP Spring Meeting 2021 (Open Symposium: A Paradigm Shift to Post-Moore for AI/IoT Era) held virtually on March 18.
Prof. Motomura gave a talk entitled “An Introduction of Fully Connected and Fully Parallel Annealing HW ~ From Mathematical Model to LSI Implementation ~ ” at The Tohoku Forum for Creativity – 2021 Thematic Program (Panel Discussion: Quantum and Quantum-Inspired Computation for Real-World Optimization) held virtually on March 8.
Congrats to Junnosuke Suzuki on receiving the Outstanding Presentation Award for his pre-midterm research proposal presentation from the Department of Information and Communications Engineering. Date: December 2, 2020 Title: Research on Improving Trade-Offs between Inference Accuracy and Computational Complexity for Edge AI Congratulations!