Google Coral USB Edge TPU ML Accelerator coprocessor for Raspberry Pi and Other Embedded Single Board Computers

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Google Coral USB Edge TPU ML Accelerator coprocessor for Raspberry Pi and Other Embedded Single Board Computers

Google Coral USB Edge TPU ML Accelerator coprocessor for Raspberry Pi and Other Embedded Single Board Computers

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To learn how to configure your Google Coral USB Accelerator (and perform classification + object detection), just keep reading! The module is equipped with the ARM Cortex M0+ processor and a special Edge TPU chip (ASIC), designed and created by Google. Google Coral is an edge AI hardware and software platform for intelligent edge devices with fast neural network inferencing.

Using the guides, I created an image classifier and object detector for the Google Coral USB Accelerator. It's build on top of the TensorFlow Lite C++ API and abstracts-away a lot of the code required to handle input tensors and output tensors. Using Coral, deep learning developers are no longer required to have an internet connection, meaning that the Coral TPU is fast enough to perform inference directly on the device rather than sending the image/frame to the cloud for inference and prediction. The Coral USB Accelerator comes in at 65x30x8mm, making it slightly smaller than its competitor, the Intel Movidius Neural Compute Stick. For more details, check out official tutorials for retraining an image classification and object detection model.At last year’s Google Next conference in San Francisco Google announced two new upcoming hardware products both built around Google’s Edge TPU, their purpose-built ASIC designed to run machine learning inferencing at the edge. The hardware is now available and has now launched into public Beta under the name Coral and, ahead of the launch, I managed to get my hands onto some early access hardware. Object detection: Detect objects and people (using face recognition) with a real-time video of a camera. The only tricks I can tell is to go to the preferences of the virtual box of your hassio appliance and try to load and unload the virtual USB ports. For compatibility with the Edge TPU, you must use either quantization-aware training (recommended) or full integer post-training quantization.

Pose estimation: Estimate the poses of people or objects based on the detection and tracking of key points.

Using the edgetpu library in conjunction with OpenCV and your own custom Python scripts is outside the scope of this post.

The Google Coral USB Accelerator is an excellent piece of hardware that allows edge devices like the Raspberry Pi or other microcomputers to exploit the power of artificial intelligence applications.Since the RPi 3B+ doesn’t have USB 3, that’s not much we can do about that until the RPi 4 comes out — once it does, we’ll have even faster inference on the Pi using the Coral USB Accelerator. This on-device ML processing reduces latency, increases data privacy, and removes the need for a constant internet connection. The Google Coral Edge TPU allows edge devices like the Raspberry Pi or other microcontrollers to exploit the power of artificial intelligence.

The Edge TPU coprocessor is capable of 4 trillion operations per second, using only 2 Watts of power. At first, this doesn't seem like a big deal, but if you consider that the Intel Stick tends to block nearby USB ports making it hard to use peripherals, it makes quite a difference.The moment I saw the Framework laptop and the expansion card system I knew I have to make something. The information does not usually directly identify you, but it can give you a more personalized web experience.



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