As the artificial intelligence sector booms, many consumer products showcasing it have come to the forefront, however, many are difficult to use and specialized for difficult to achieve tasks. However, one of the newer contenders in the space, Xilinx has announced their portfolio of adaptive, state-of-the-art “System-on-Modules”.
The first available product, the Kria K26 SOM, is designed to be an entry-level, little programming required, starter kit, available for as little as $199. For more information about the kit, see this post by ZDNet.
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