Huawei introduces Kirin 970, the first mobile artificial intelligence processor!

In IFA 2017, Huawei introduced Kirin 970, the first mobile artificial intelligence processor, to change the way of interacting with smart devices.

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  Huawei is changing the way mobile intelligence interacts with the speed of mobile artificial intelligence by combining the power of the cloud. Cloud artificial intelligence, which has a widespread use but needs to improve user experience in areas of continuity and confidentiality, is complemented by mobile artificial intelligence. Mobile artificial intelligence understands and assists users with their superior detection capabilities. Huawei mobile real-time sensors in the artificial intelligence generates a lot of personalized data. Devices powered by powerful chip processors offer fully personalized and easily accessible services by sensing user needs.

The Huawei Kirin 970, an 8-core CPU, is powered by a new generation 12-core GPU. The chipset, built using a 10mm processor, fits 5.5 billion transistors into only one centimeter square area. Huawei’s new operator, Kirin 970, is Huawei’s first mobile artificial intelligence computing platform and includes a dedicated neural processing unit. Compared to a quad-core Cortex-A73 CPU cluster, the Kirin 970’s new heterogeneous computing architecture delivers up to 25 times more performance with 50 times more efficiency. In addition, the Huawei Kirin 970, which is the fastest chip on the market, has undergone over 2,000 images per minute in a benchmark image recognition test.

Huawei positions Kirin 970, the first mobile artificial intelligence processor, as an open platform for mobile IP and shares it with developers and partners who can find innovative uses for the chipset’s processing capabilities

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