Programming at its finest brought by MODIVOUS latest innovation: Fathom Neural Compute Stick. The reading and the way a machine perceives files to a whole new level. The Fathom easily confused to just a plain USB drive stick comes with a lot more to offer than just reading and saving normal files. Designed to further learning and to show how to learn with in Dept files other than just any ordinary USB stick will allow. The Fathom Neural Compute Stick a whole entire internal network known as a neural network to be takin down from a cloud and displayed on the device that is the ultimate end user.
This Fathom Stick not only Is embedded with the ability to save like a normal flash drive but is filled with Googles top of the line machine learning software named Tensor-flow which majors in vision processing. This software will allow devices such as robots and drones to be able to integrate vision applications into their already existing software by placing into it a USB port that connects into a developer board within them.
It allows devices to learn new tasks such navigating to a certain place automatically while moving out of harm’s way at the same time, no controller needed. It would also enable a drone’s camera to record after it sees a certain object, a street light for example.
Many share the same problem of not being able to have USB open their files upon opening on a certain device or also being able to have files to teach devices new commands without taking the device in half. "As a participant in the deep learning ecosystem, I have been hoping for a long time that something like Fathom would become available," said Yann LeCun, the director of artificial intelligence for Facebook.