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1:00 PM - 2:00 PM



DSF Lunch & Learn – The Frequency Domain And How It Can Be Used To Aid Artificial Intelligence

1:00 pm-
2:00 pm
August 27th , 2020, Thursday
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Please join us for Session #14 in our Webinar Series. In this talk, we will explore The Frequency Domain And How It Can Be Used To Aid Artificial Intelligence. Every Thursday join DSF to hear from one of our weekly featured speakers.

Join us virtually this week in partnership with John Edwards 

We aim to share, inspire & bring the data community together to build your industry network & have some exciting interactions with your fellow peers.

Ticket Allocation Process:
Registering here guarantees you a ticket for the Data Science Festival Event on August 27th 2020. Once registered you will be sent your Zoom Link via email.

Registration Link:  https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_XW9t9s7ZRa-IqdSwU_J-MA

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Intro

Speakers: John Edwards.

Talk Title: The Frequency Domain And How It Can Be Used To Aid Artificial Intelligence.

Machine Learning (ML) and in particular Deep Learning
(DL) require huge numbers of MIPS to implement the training and
classification processes required of modern Edge AI applications. All
of this comes at a cost of MIPS , power consumption and silicon cost.
The frequency domain and, in particular, the Fourier Transform can be
used to pre-process the data in many of todays Edge-AI applications to
reduce the number of MIPS required for both training and inference.
This paper discusses how the frequency domain algorithms can be used
and how they are not quite as frightening as they at first appear.

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John Edwards
Sigma Numerix Ltd
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Bio: John Edwards is a DSP and Embedded Systems Consultant. He has worked as a DSP Engineer since the early 1980s, including wireless and digital communications, control, automotive, IoT and AI, working for companies such as Loughborough Sound Images, Motorola, Picochip and XMOS Semiconductors. Since 1993 John has been a…