Xnor unveils the first ever battery-free AI technology
Introducing a machine learning and computer architecture approach to delivering stunningly efficient AI technology that can operate independently from the cloud or a power source. This always-on technology creates new potential for AI to scale to more industries and across remote geographies.
Through the meticulous co-design of machine learning models and computer architecture, Xnor’s AI technology is now so power efficient it can run on-device at microjoules per inference.
This ultra-low power smart device communicates using low data rate wireless communication protocols specifically designed for IoT solutions. These communication bands consume orders of magnitude less energy than Wi-Fi and operate at a range of tens of kilometers. With Xnor’s AI at the Edge it’s possible to design:
- Smart products that work out the box
- Smart cities that can scale AI solutions effortlessly
- Smart IoT solutions that can reach the most remote areas
A new wave of AI computing.
No wires. No batteries. So simple it can be installed with gum.
So lightweight it can be hung from a balloon.
Freedom from the Cloud
Xnor’s AI models are so efficient they can be run on-device without needing to send data or run inference in the cloud.
Now AI solutions can be installed and left to run independently and indefinitely. Xnor’s solar-powered AI stores light collected during the day, then uses it to power the system at night.
Radically Less Expensive
This ultra-light AI technology eliminates the need for expensive hardware or cloud-connectivity, so you can deploy low-powered solutions for single digit dollars.
Contact Xnor to learn more about how you can incorporate the next generation of AI into your products.
Xnor is dedicated to accelerating AI and deep learning in consumer and business devices. Its enterprise AI models and Ai2GO self-serve developer platform deliver AI everywhere, for everyone. Unlike traditional AI that either runs in the cloud on massive data centers or requires expensive hardware such as GPUs or neural accelerators, Xnor enables AI to run at the edge on inexpensive devices with no internet connectivity. This new, highly scalable approach ensures complete privacy of data, eliminates the need for connectivity, and significantly reduces memory load, latency and power consumption without compromising accuracy. Xnor was built using award winning research conducted at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence. It is used by global corporations in aerospace, automotive, security, industrial IoT, retail, and consumer electronics. Founded in 2016, Xnor is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.