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AI Comes to Edge Computing

Powerful local processors can remove the need for a device to have a cloud connection.

By Ben Dickson

Along the coastline of Australia’s New South Wales (NSW) state hovers a fleet of drones, helping to keep the waters safe. Earlier this year, the drones helped lifeguards at the state’s Far North Coast rescue two teenagers who were struggling in heavy surf.

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