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Raspberry Pi

How Small can Raspberry Pi CM4 Boards Be?

From the tiniest carrier board to the best Industrial Pis on the market, the Compute Module 4 is powering a revolution in Raspberry Pi uses. Time stamps: 00:00 – Radxa Taco NAS 00:31 – Storinator Jr 01:15 – Compute Module Availability 02:42 – Uptime Lab’s Tiny MinCab 04:04 – Home Assistant Amber 04:43 – Seeed […]

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Introducing Retiarii: A deep learning exploratory-training framework on NNI

Traditional deep learning frameworks such as TensorFlow and PyTorch support training on a single deep neural network (DNN) model, which involves computing the weights iteratively for the DNN model. Designing a DNN model for a task remains an experimental science and is typically a practice of deep learning model exploration. Retrofitting such exploratory-training into the […]

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Raspberry Pi

Is This the Fastest Raspberry Pi SATA RAID NAS?

Jeff Geerling shows us how he built the fastest native SATA RAID array on a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, and set it up as a NAS server, testing out hard drives and SSDs, and different RAID setups like RAID 0, 1, and 10.

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Kicking neural network design automation into high gear
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Kicking Neural Network Design Automation into High Gear

Here’s another article on the advances made on neural network design. A new area in artificial intelligence involves using algorithms to automatically design machine-learning systems known as neural networks, which are more accurate and efficient than those developed by human engineers. But this so-called neural architecture search (NAS) technique is computationally expensive. A state-of-the-art NAS […]

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MIT Develops Algorithm to Accelerate Neural Networks by 200x
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MIT Develops Algorithm to Accelerate Neural Networks by 200x

Neural networks have become a hot topic over the last few years, but evaluating the most efficient way to build one is still more art than science. In fact, it’s more trial and error than art. However, MIT may have solved that problem. The NAS (Neural Architecture Search, in this context) algorithm they developed “can […]

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