madtom1999 wrote:We really need to get kids into AI as well as programming and this may be a cheaper more acessible way to do it.
When it comes to AI the low-cost Pi0/Pi0W respectively the embedded QPUs (rouphly speaking: 12 vector-processing units ) are an option (Details: https://docs.broadcom.com/docs/12358545
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Maddtom1999 wrote:I was just wondering if a future version of the Pi could possibly include multiple GPUs for extra processing?
Generally speaking :
Videocore V :
16 QPUs (currently: 12),
register width: 16*32 (16*float) AND 32*16 (32*short float) witch would roughly doubled the AI performance.
In the meantime:
Multible Pi0s/multible Videocore IV: