Intel reportedly plans to introduce a computer vision development kit, code-named Sonoma Creek, to make it easier for developers to incorporate artificial intelligence in their products.
The Register reports that it’s obtained internal documents related to Sonoma Creek, which the outlet describes as “a software platform that promises to simplify and speed up the training of AI models for computer vision,” ahead of its scheduled launch sometime this fall.
Sonoma Creek is reportedly designed to work with Intel processors and Nvidia graphics—with plans to support Intel’s upcoming Arc graphics cards—as well as the company’s OpenVino toolkit and the PyTorch and TensorFlow frameworks popular with machine learning developers.
The Register reports that Sonoma Creek starts training models “with as few as 10 to 20 images, or a video,” and “comes with an intuitive web-based graphical user interface.” These features (and others) are supposed to make developing computer vision projects more approachable.
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Intel didn’t immediately respond to request for comment.
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