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Spiking Networks for Improved Cognitive Abilities of Edge Computing Devices

by   Anton Akusok, et al.

This concept paper highlights a recently opened opportunity for large scale analytical algorithms to be trained directly on edge devices. Such approach is a response to the arising need of processing data generated by natural person (a human being), also known as personal data. Spiking Neural networks are the core method behind it: suitable for a low latency energy-constrained hardware, enabling local training or re-training, while not taking advantage of scalability available in the Cloud.


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