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MediaTek Helio P90 to pack APU 2.0 AI chip offering a wide range of AI capabilities

05 December 2018 4

One of the world’s leading smartphone chipset manufacturer MediaTek recently teased its upcoming groundbreaking SoC i.e MediaTek Helio P90 offering stunning AI capabilities. Previously the company shared that they would be announcing it on 13th November at a press conference in Shenzhen. Just today, MediaTek shared how the P90 would offer the company’s new APU 2.0 AI chip.

MediaTek recently unveiled a new a new article sharing different categories of AI chips. The first being the AI classification that helps in improving editing of albums and classification of messages intelligently. Likewise, the object recognition helps to recognize objects, faces or movements helping to take better photos improving upon brightness and quality of overall image through AI.

Object segmentation offers to determine the background of the images from the foreground, helping to better blur them giving a nice depth of field, smash hit the face, determining smart beard etc. Then the Super Resolution helps to improve upon the image resolution through deep learning. Apart from that, speech recognition and text recognition features are also offered as part of the Ai technology built into it.

The upcoming Helio P90 is backed by APU 2.0 AI chip offering much-improved performance in all of the above areas of AI discussed. It’s great to see such an insight from the company opening up on us what we could expect from the upcoming chipset.



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