tinyML Talks UK: Standing at the Edge, Looking into the Future



tinyML Talks – UK meetup
Standing at the Edge, Looking into the Future
Alasdair Allan
Head of Documentation
Raspberry Pi

We’ve spent the last decade building large scale infrastructure in the cloud to manage big data. However, over the last couple of years, it has become very evident that we’ve probably made a mistake. The arrival of hardware designed to run machine learning models at vastly increased speeds, and inside a relatively low power envelope, without needing a connection to the cloud, means that edge computing has become a viable replacement to the big data architectures of the last decade. But ten years of big data, ten years of attempted technological fixes rather than cultural ones, has proven our industry is perhaps uniquely ill-suited to self-regulated. That has worrying implications for the future of both machine learning, and edge computing.

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