Consumer robotics and home AIoT (artificial intelligence of things) have been maturing in recent years, and now it seems that there is a robot for every task in the home. The usefulness of an AI home robot depends on the functionality it provides, the ease with which humans can interact with it and its price. These attributes, in turn, depend heavily on the robot’s “brain” – its computing capability. Based on his experience developing multiple home robot products, Zhe will share his insights into the modern SoCs that power these devices. He’ll compare the performance and capabilities of these SoCs, and highlight important trends and likely future developments.