Waseda University, Japan
Compiler Cooperative Low Power Vector Multicore for AI-driven Robots
The rapid development of AI and robotics technology will realize AI-driven robots that can accompany each person throughout one’s life. These robots must be built in a limited size to work in the same activity area as humans. This means the computer system in a robot must provide sufficient AI performance with a limited power budget. This talk will give an overview of a compiler cooperative low-power vector multicore development project for AI-driven robots.
Keiji Kimura received a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Waseda University in 2001. He was an assistant professor in 2004, an associate professor in 2005, and a professor in 2012 at Waseda University. He has been a director of the Green Computing System Research Organization in Waseda since 2019. He received the 2014 MEXT (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in Japan) award. His research interest includes multicore processor architecture and parallelizing compiler technologies. He is a member of IPSJ, ACM, and IEEE. He has served on the program committee of many conferences.
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