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The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing, our devices are getting smarter, and machine learning is enabling new frontiers of AI implementation. Will we be able to take these technologies a step further, disconnect them from networks, and create a next next generation of AI embedded technology?
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Welcome with refreshments
Welcome by Leuven MindGate
Dr. Thomas Kallstenius, Program Director Security and Privacy (Distributed Trust), imec
Domain Specific Compute to Enable AI Functionality in the Edge
Dr. Ivo Bolsens, Senior Vice President and Chief Technical Officer Xilinx
From data to embedded deep learning in industry 4.0
How to deploy deep learning now and in the future
Ramses Valvekens, Managing Director easics, and Jonathan Berte, CEO Robovision
|17:50||Artificial Intelligence in an IOT world: the conflict between Giga-Ops and milliWatts|
(How) can nanotechnology approximate the energy efficiency of the human brain?
|Dr. Diederik Verkest, Distinguished Member, Technical Staff, imec|
Hardware-algorithm co-design for resource-efficient embedded deep neural networks.
Dr. Marian Verhelst, Associate Professor, KU Leuven ESAT - MICAS: Microelectronics and Sensors
Response of living organisms to led technology - the chicken case
Peter Rakers, Network Manager Smart Digital Farming, ILVO
Networking and reception