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SEP 13, 2017 | 9AM-10AM PT
We envision a world where devices, machines, automobiles, and things are much more intelligent, simplifying and enriching our daily lives. They will be able to perceive, reason, and take intuitive actions based on awareness of the situation, improving just about any experience and solving problems that to this point we’ve either left to the user, or to more conventional algorithms.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the technology driving this revolution. You may think that AI is really about big data and the cloud, and yet Qualcomm’s solutions already have the power, thermal, and processing efficiency to run powerful AI algorithms on the actual device. Our current products now support many AI use cases, such as computer vision, natural language processing, and malware detection — both for smartphones and autos — and we are researching broader topics, such as AI for wireless connectivity, power management, and photography. Please join our webinar to learn about our AI vision, including:
AUG 16, 2017
As the industry strives toward immersive VR experiences, we are guided by the extreme requirements associated with intuitive interactions, visual quality, and sound quality, in order to achieve the ultimate mobile VR experience. Precise, low-latency motion tracking of head movements is crucial for intuitive interactions with the virtual world, and visual-inertial odometry (VIO) is the ideal complementary subsystem to achieve this goal. VIO allows for six-degrees of freedom (6 DoF) in VR experiences, reduces latency, and cuts the cord. In this webinar, you will learn about:
• The enhanced user experiences that 6 DoF provides over 3 DoF
• The evolution of motion tracking
• How Qualcomm’s on-device VIO implementation provides a precise head pose at a high frequency yet at low latency and power
• The impact of 6 DoF on VR content development
Jake’s work centers on the Android Operating System Paranoid Android (AOSPA) project, which is described as “a custom ROM aiming to extend the system, working on enhancing the already existing beauty of Android and following the same design philosophies that were set forward by Google for Android Open Source Project.”
Qualcomm Technologies Principal Engineer and Manager Wanshi Chen elected by his peers to chair 3GPP RAN Working Group 1.