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In-depth learning (DL) is a very powerful tool in AI. Promoting their acceptance in new apps and marketplaces requires a move forward in the direction of implementing DL interference on low-power embededding, allowing a move to the edge-computing paradigm. ALOHA's primary objective is to simplify the rollout of DL logic on low-cost, multi-platform IT environments that enable automating for optimum choice of logic, assignment and provisioning of resources.
Architectural properties that run the infection are considered throughout the entire design cycle, beginning with early phases such as hyper-parameter optimisation and pre-training algorithms setup. It supports flexible methods of design that can be adopted by SMBs and midcap companies. At run-time, the design of the system should be adapted to different operation types.
It is designed to provide new types of computing platform that can be used beyond the end of the game. Developing the system will automate the implementation of proprietary encryption technologies and software to improve the system's resistance to intrusion. Good accuracies can also be achieved in DL with less complex methods.
In the ALOHA tools stream, all optimizing tools take into account the impact of simplifying algorithms on accuracy, runtime, energy and performance. We have compiled a checklist of ALOHA kick-off meetings in our last post "ALOHA in the media (January 2018)".
CA Technologies EMEA President & General Manager Marco Comastri was an invitee at the Digital Convergence Day, Milan, June 20, 2018. Speaking a également été lancé "Big Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence at the centre of the strategies to enhance customers experiencé and enhance business-efficacité" et stellte ALOHA als eine der Strategien vor, die CA Technologies in diesem Bereich verfolgt.
Initially wrote by Otto Berkes, Chief Technology Officer at CA Technologies for the CA's blog.