BrainChip Holdings has added Information Systems Laboratories in its Early Access Program and will provide the latter with assistance in the development of an artificial intelligence technology meant to support the Air Force Research Laboratory’s radar projects.
ISL is developing the technology based on BrainChip’s Akida neural networking processor, which uses a neuromorphic architecture to support edge-based AI growth, the Australian software company said Sunday.
Akida is designed to mimic the human brain’s spiking nature and support edge AI applications including learning, inference and on-chip training.
ISL can assess the ultra-low-power processor and utilize related engineering resources as a member of BrainChip’s EAP.
“As part of BrainChip’s EAP, we’ve had the opportunity to evaluate firsthand the capabilities that Akida provides to the AI ecosystem,” said Jamie Bergin, senior vice president and manager for ISL’s research, development and engineering solutions division.
ISL provides expertise, research and engineering in multiple areas including signal processing, undersea technologies, cybersecurity, surveillance and advanced radar systems.