Identify Sounds Using AI at the Edge

July 15, 2022
Synaptics' Shay Kamin Braun shows how the company's AI technology can identify sounds like a baby crying without going to the cloud.

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Many IoT devices depend on the cloud for executing command recognition and audio analysis. Synaptics is taking some of that functionality and delivering it on the edge, allowing for standalone operation as well as minimizing cloud interaction by doing more processing at the source. 

Shay Kamin Braun demonstrates Synaptics's DBM10L AI audio-processing functionality in the video with four individual demos. This includes user-identified command recognition as well as identifying sounds like a baby crying and breaking glass. 

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