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GPU brains for Drones and Cars

The U.S. Patent Office issued to Neurala, Inc. a new patent (US 9,189,828) that extends the US patent 8,648,867 (Graphic Processor Based ...

Deep Learning, GPUs, and cheap bodies: three ingredients for ubiquitous intelligent robotics

There are three main ingredients needed for intelligent robots to be ubiquitous, smart, and useful. I like to call these three ingredients ...

When less is more: passive sensors and robotics

When designing robotic platforms, the choice of which sensors to employ is a key area that often determines the Go/No-Go for a robotic ...

A 10 year anniversary: pioneering GPU computing

Anniversaries are nice, especially in December! So here is one to share with you all: it has been 10 years since Anatoli, Heather, and Max ...

On edge about AI? No.

A few years ago, Heather’s, Anatoli, and myself started Neurala with one goal: bring the results and insights of our Ph.D. work on ...

How Deep in the past go Deep Networks?

One of the pillars of the recent success (almost viral) of Deep Networks, a subspecies of the bigger class called Neural Networks, is that ...

What is a Robot?

What is REALLY a robot? On the surface, we could quickly define a robot as something matching what movies have taught us: a ...

Superhuman

What if having human, or even superhuman Artificial Intelligence (let’s call it SuperAI) would turn out NOT to be the worst nightmare of ...

Neurala awarded new contract from the US Air Force Research Labs

Neurala has been awarded a contract from the Air Force Research Labs (AFRL) to design and field neuromorphic algorithms for multimodal ...

UAV bull fight, Round 1

Neurala builds artificial brains to control flying and land robots. This is a tough job, and our neural engineers deserve to have fun ...