Webinars are a great way to catch up on the latest details on Khronos APIs, learn a few new tricks, and have an opportunity to ask questions.
Webinar: OpenVX 1.2 Overview
Date: September 14, 2017 Time: 9:30am (Pacific) Location: Online
OpenVX 1.2 was released in May 2017. Presented by key members of the openVX working group, this webinar will present an overview of this standard for vision processing and neural networks inference and highlight what is new in version 1.2.
Following the presentation there will be time for Q&A. The presentation and Q&A will be conducted in English. The webinar platform will send you call-in information.
What's new in OpenVX 1.2 (15 min) -- Tomer Schwartz
Q&A (10 min)
Who Should Attend This Webinar?
Engineers and managers interested in developing neural network inference engines and portable application that need portability across platforms and hardware.
Frank Brill: Design Engineering Director at Cadence Design Systems and Khronos Working Group Chair of OpenVX.
Radhakrishna (Radha) Giduthuri is a software architect at Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) focusing on development of computer vision and neural network acceleration libraries for AMD GPUs. He has extensive background with software design and performance tuning for various computer architectures ranging from General Purpose DSPs, Customizable DSPs, Media Processors, Heterogeneous Processors, GPUs, and several CPUs. He is a member of Khronos OpenVX and NNEF working groups, and editor of OpenVX safety-critical specification. For several years, he was a member of SMPTE video compression standardizing committee. He is an active member of IEEE Signal Processing Society and winner of outstanding leadership and professional services award for IEEE Central Area in 2016. Radhakrishna holds M.Tech. degree from IIT Kharagpur, India.
Tomer Schwartz: Principal Developer and Research scientist at Intel.
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