Welcome to the 2020.1 version of getting started with computer vision on Vitis on Zynq. The release of 2020.1 saw significant changes from the old 2019.2 version and we thought it would be useful to update this tutorial to reflect the newer version. We will be covering two different methods:
Welcome to the 2020.1 version of getting started with computer vision on Vitis on Zynq. The release of 2020.1 saw significant changes from the old 2019.2 version and we thought it would be useful to update this tutorial to reflect the newer version. We will even be covering two different
Part 2: Introducing Sign Language MNIST Welcome to the second part in out tutorial in using Vitis AI with Tensorflow and Keras. Other parts of the tutorial can be found here: Introduction Getting Started (here) Transforming Kaggle Data and Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs) Training the neural network Optimising our neural
Welcome to part 4! Over at Beetlebox we are excited for the release of Vitis, which is the unification of all of Xilinx’s previous software into a single package. We have been working hard on computer vision using this platform and thought that we could provide some help to others
Over recent years, cloud processing has become cheaper and more available to the point where cloud desktops are now viable alternatives to our regular desktops. RAM and memory intensive programs can benefit from being run on Amazon Web Services (AWS) instead of on a regular desktop and Vitis is no
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