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Jumping from Arm 32-bit to 64-bit for Optimized Machine Learning


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Senior Field Applications Engineer, IAR Systems Inc.
Embedded Systems are mostly 32-bit software today. Some people feel that is "good enough“. With the new challenges and the importance of machine learning it's essential to keep up with the times.

64-bit processor architectures are now more power efficient than 32-bit architectures and Arm has shown that a 64-bit processor architecture is not only good for number-crunching servers and mobile processors, but can also be a game-changer in the low-power designs targeting machine learning.

This session is available to watch until December 8.

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