Date: Wednesday, May 18 (Main Conference Day 2)
Start Time: 2:05 pm
End Time: 3:10 pm
Neuromorphic vision–vision systems inspired by biological systems–promise to save power and improve latency in a variety of edge and endpoint applications. After many years of research and development, are these technologies ready to move out of the lab and into today’s electronic systems and products? What challenges do neuromorphic vision sensors and neuromorphic computing chips face when entering a market saturated by classical and deep learning-driven computer vision systems, and how can these challenges be overcome? Are both neuromorphic sensors and neuromorphic processors required for success, and what is the right hardware for today’s systems? Are spiking neural networks required and are they ready for commercial deployment? What sort of industry ecosystem will be required to enable these technologies to become widely used?