Galaxy S10 to have AI co-processor for Pixel-like computational photography
by Daniel Petrov / Nov 05, 2018, 7:38 AM
Galaxy S10 and Exynos 9820, however, Samsung's new 7nm chipsets will usher in a dedicated co-processor that will be used for neural network tasks, as previously rumored, as well as for AI purposes, speech recognition and advanced deep-learning image recognition. Samsung's new AI-centric application processor will have two cores, apparently, as, according to one unnamed but "high-ranking" industry official:With the
It's the image-processing task of the new Samsung co-processor that we are most interested in, as Google and Apple already showed they can achieve amazing results with applied computational photography, making great photos out of something that would have heretofore come out as dull, dark or blurry.
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I don't know.. but sounds like Samsung wants to break the ground
posted on Nov 05, 2018, 7:43 AM 6
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If the Exynos 9820 is 7LPP with EUV, that's truly ground breaking! TSMC and Intel's processes with EUV aren't ready yet But to be fair, TSMC isn't too far behind with EUV ready in time for the A13 and 990
posted on Nov 06, 2018, 2:00 AM 0
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I’ve used an iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone X for the last two years now. I think it’s finally going to be nice to return to a Galaxy after all this time. I get bored when I stay on one platform for too long after all. So I like juggling back and forth.
posted on Nov 05, 2018, 8:04 AM 8
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Is there a reason for these “AI” chips? I mean, is it really something the main processor can’t do to process a photo? I think it’s all bologna.
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