IISc researchers develop an analog chipset named ARYABHAT-1
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Researchers at IISc Bengaluru have recently developed a prototype of an analog chipset named "Aryabhata-1".
The team has created a design framework for developing the next generation of analog computing chipsets.
These chipsets can work fast. It will use less power than the digital processors used in various electronic gadgets.
It has been designed by Prateek Kumar, a PhD student at IISc.
Aryabhata-1 stands for "Analog Reconfigurable Technology and Bias-scalable Hardware for AI Tasks".
These chipsets could be beneficial for applications based on artificial intelligence (AI) such as object or speech recognition apps, including Alexa.
It is able to be configured with multiple machine learning architectures such that its ability to perform robustly over different temperature ranges enables it to work with digital CPUs.
About Indian Institute of Science (IISc)
IISc was established in the year 1909 at Bangalore, Karnataka State with the active support of Jamsetji Tata.
Hence it is also known as 'Tata Institute'.
It is a public research university for higher education and research in science, engineering, design and management.
IISc was granted deemed university status in 1958 and Institute of Eminence in 2018.
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