Companies collaborate on AI-enabled sensors - The EE

Companies collaborate on AI-enabled sensors

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Infineon Technologies and Archetype AI have announced a partnership, with the joint goal of accelerating the future advancement of sensor-based chips equipped with AI capabilities.

Archetype AI works on a foundational model for Physical AI, a particular form of AI that is purported to possess the ability to perceive, comprehend, and rationalise the environment it operates in. Coined a large behaviour model (LBM) by Archetype AI, Infineon will pilot this model that can uncover the hidden patterns of behaviour in unstructured sensor data. It also enables integrating real-time sensor data with natural language to create a living view of the world to analyse complex sensor-based data.

Sensors built by Infineon with the help of the LBM platform make devices like TVs, smart speakers and smart home appliances aware of people and the world around them. Devices can automatically wake and surface information at the right time without interrupting, users can control devices with gestures and devices can turn on and off based on when people are around which reduces the use of energy and contributes to decarbonisation.

“Infineon’s innovative portfolio of IoT and sensor solutions is actively advancing decarbonisation and digitisation,” said Andreas Kopetz, a vice president and general manager of ambient sensing at Infineon. “Archetype AI’s foundation model development platform enables us to take this to the next level with its ability to deliver even more advanced solutions, even more quickly.”

Ivan Poupyrev, the chief executive officer at Archetype AI added: “We look forward to piloting our LBM AI developer platform with their world-class team and providing them with the best AI technology to serve the mission-critical needs of their customers in automotive, consumer electronics, healthcare, and more.”

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