May 16, 2024, 1:01 p.m. | Dr. Tony Hoang

The Artificial Intelligence Podcast

Researchers at Delft University of Technology have developed a drone that uses neuromorphic image processing and control, inspired by animal brains, to fly autonomously. This approach enables the drone to process data up to 64 times faster while consuming three times less energy compared to traditional graphic processing units. The technology has the potential to enable tiny, agile drones for various applications, such as crop monitoring and warehouse management.


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