Sony Unveils First Image Sensor with AI Chip

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Sony Unveils First Image Sensor with AI Chip

Sony has launched the world’s first image sensor equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) processing. The company is calling it as an intelligent image system for smarter cameras. The processor will allow faster data transmission, better security, and less power consumption. Sony’s AI chip will be faster, cheaper, and have more secure AI cameras.

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The new IMX500 sensor incorporates processing power and memory, allowing it to perform machine learning-powered computer vision tasks without extra hardware.


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