Talking about FPGAs and AI!

In connection with the High Tech Summit at DTU Copenhagen (Kgs. Lyngby), you can find an interview with Grazper’s CEO, Thomas Jakobsen, in today’s edition of Ingeniøren.

Under the headline, “FPGA’s and Artificial Intelligence makes Danish Surveillance “Privacy-friendly” (FPGA’er og kunstig intelligens gør dansk overvågning ‘privacy-venlig’), Thomas describes how FPGAs are a great choice for developing AI, Privacy by Design and Deep Learning.


Thomas will speak at 10.20 am to 12.20 pm, at the High Tech Summit, which takes place on the 10th of October 2018.

Learn more about the summit and their program on High Tech Summit’s website or take a look around our website and get familiar with what we do:



FPGAworld Conference in Stockholm and Copenhagen

Yasser Kilde Bajaw, Sr. FPGA Design Engineer at Grazper, is taking his knowledge on tour.

On the 18th of September, at 11.30 am, you can find Yasser in Stockholm sharing his knowledge of "Optimized Deep Learning on FPGAs" as a part of the FPGAworld Conference.

On the 20th of September you can also find him speaking in Copenhagen/Lyngby at 3 pm.

Yasser will delve into how FPGAs offer several advantages for use in the field of deep learning in terms of power, stability and performance. However, current frameworks sacrifice considerable performance in favour of flexibility when used for FPGAs. The presentation deals with the advantages of implementing deep convolutional networks that are specifically designed for FPGAs. The presentation does so by outlining methods for optimally using the FPGA resources by employing techniques such as bit-width reduction and 1-bit weights.

Follow the links for more information:

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