Get out the guacamole, because you’re going to hear a lot about chips on this week’s Internet of Things Podcast! ARM announced a new architecture for machine learning called Trillium and said it would license an object detection design and one that could handle some basic training at the edge. Amazon, too, is building a chip for its edge devices and machine learning will certainly have a part to play.
Also on this week’s podcast, Stacey and Kevin cover Intel’s smart glasses, Kevin’s opinions on the Apple HomePod and Google’s new IoT hire. They also answer a listener’s question about using different profiles with the Amazon Echo.
The guest this week is Alexandros Marinos, who is the CEO of Resin.io. He discusses the popular hardware platforms for prototyping, the industrial IoT and an up-and-coming platform that is breaking out because of interest in machine learning. He also talks about the similarities and differences between servers and connected devices as it relates to building software to manage them. You’ll learn that servers are like cattle, not like pets.