[[TODO]][[TODO]] in a note means there’s work left to do. If, in addition I’ve tagged the text with a [[DREAM]], then, well..
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23Jun2021. Maybe have a look at jyputer?
- Let’s enhance: use Intel AI to increase image resolution in this demo by Raymond Lo on The Overflow blog at Stack Overflow. It’s about using machine learning to invent more resolution to pictures/movies.
Me: I am new to this. I see that the above is run on Intel machines. Does this mean Intel as Microsoft Windows – or is it possible to do this, or any similar work, on Apple HW (Intel or M1 processors) under macOS ? If it’s all browser client based, why not?
Ryan Donavan: You can run this on any machine that can run Python or Jupyter notebooks. If you don’t want to install anything new, you can use Intel’s DevCloud, which is a browser-based client.
Rationale: The XMOS xcore.ai processor will do machine learning out of the box, so to say. See My XMOS pages.