LEADERSHIP | Raymond Fu, Ph.D
Artificial Intelligence has made significant strides in recent years, seeing implementation in everything from facial recognition to self-driving cars to medical diagnoses. While these algorithms are effective and even have the ability to train themselves without human intervention, they require hardware capable of actually supporting the overhead needed to support such complex processes, which can be expensive and bulky. AInnovation is using deep neural nets and advanced processing techniques to port these once costly algorithms into light-weight processes that can be run on simple devices. By developing algorithms that allow complex programs to run on a variety of platforms constrained by limited hardware, artificial intelligence can be used in a broader array of applications, bringing cutting-edge innovation to more fields than ever before.