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Running TensorFlow Lite at the Edge with Raspberry Pi, Google Coral, and Docker

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The Coral USB Accelerator Edge TPU coprocessor

Like many people, I like to learn by doing and it is easier than ever to jump in and start experimenting with Machine Learning (ML). TinyML is becoming a popular way to get started with ML and one of the quickest ways is by using a Raspberry Pi. In addition to its low cost, the Pi’s GPIO pins and its camera options makes it easy to ingest data from a…

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Paul Klinker

Paul Klinker

Paul is a Principal Engineer at ManTech specializing in DevOps and enterprise software development.

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