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MediaTek Joins ONNX Along with Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon to Promote AI Technologies

By Korbin Lan
Published: Feb 26,2018

TAIPEI, Taiwan - MediaTek announced that they have joined “Open Neural Network Exchange (ONNX) to promote Artificial Intelligence (AI) technological innovation and the development of terminal AI platforms.

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ONNX was jointly created by Amazon, Facebook, and Microsoft, all of which have shifted in the direction of creating interoperability standards for different frameworks of deep learning models. The open ecosystem will enable AI developers to merge with and match tools and frameworks at all stages of any project. Current members of ONNX are Intel, AMD, arm, Qualcom, Huawei, and Nvidia.

MediaTek Corporate Vice President and General Manager of the Home Entertainment Business Group, MediaTek Jerry Yu stated, “an open ecosystem is the key to AI applications and capabilities. In this type of open ecosystem, sharing and interoperability of research and development is the true force behind the promotion of innovation. In order to support the continual development of our AI platform while also ensuring that interoperability and choices will not be affected during the development of our NeuroPilot platform, we have joined ONNX. As a result, this method of operations is extremely meaningful to the expansion of support for open AI frameworks.”

(TR/ Phil Sweeney)

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