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BrainChip and MYWAI Announce Strategic Collaboration


BrainChip, the world’s first ultra-low-power, all-digital, event-based neuromimicic AI IP provider, has announced a strategic partnership with edge intelligence AIoT solution provider MYWAI to enable next-generation edge artificial intelligence solutions using neuromorphic computing.

The solution will leverage BrainChip Akida to learn and process sensor data with high computing power, high precision, and high energy efficiency. It integrates MYWAI’s EaaS (Device-as-a-Service) AIoT platform, which transmits and processes multimodal sensor data (e.g. time series, audio, vision, touch data) for edge AI, and manages machine learning engineering for edge AI. Digital ledger Technology (DLT) certification of AI production (MLOps) workflows, data, and results in compliance with the new EU regulation on Trusted Artificial Intelligence.

The collaboration is expected to accelerate the adoption of edge AI in industry and robotics and create significant value for the company and its customers. The collaboration is focused on developing and delivering robotics solutions for various industries, including manufacturing, logistics, energy management, and healthcare, and allowing customers to deploy AI at the very edge of their devices to achieve unprecedented performance, efficiency, and safety.

Fabrizio Cardinali, CEO of MYWAI, said, “We believe that adding intelligence to processes and machines at the edge by using generative AI on the cloud and trusted Edge AI can help businesses reach new heights. By integrating BrainChip’s Akida with our EaaS platform, we can help customers leverage efficient AI to optimize their processes and devices and deliver intelligence when needed.”

Rob Telson, vice president of Ecosystems and partnerships at BrainChip, said, “Working with MYWAI gives us a tangible and effective way to collectively demonstrate the power of Essential AI. This collaboration provides tremendous value to customers with a robust and scalable solution for industrial and medical AI applications that require real-time, low-power, and cloud-independent AI.”


About BrainChip

BrainChip focuses on edge AI on-chip processing and machine learning. Akida, the company’s first fully digital, event-based artificial intelligence processor to the market, mimics the human brain using neural mimicry principles, analyzing the necessary sensor inputs only at the time of acquisition to process data with high efficiency, precision, and economy. Akida uniquely supports chip-on-chip edge learning, independent of the cloud, significantly reducing latency while improving privacy and data security. Akida neural processor IP, which can be integrated into SOCs with any process technology, shows great benefits on today’s workloads and networks and provides developers with a platform to create, tune, and run models using standard AI workflows such as Tensorflow/Keras. To enable efficient edge computing to be universally deployed in real-world applications such as connected cars, consumer electronics, and the Industrial Internet of Things, BrainChip is proving that on-chip AI near sensors is an important trend of the future.


MYWAI is a new European startup, based in Sestri Levante, Italy, that hit global supply chains and industrial setups during 2020 and 2021 when the outbreak hit. MYWAI designed, patented, and developed Europe’s first fully native AIoT Device-as-a-Service (EaaS) platform. The solution helps machine tool manufacturers and users add new intelligent services to their machinery, such as innovative technology features (such as predictive maintenance and multi-modal quality checks), insurance policies (such as pay-per-event), and fintech business models (such as pay-per-use). MYWAI has patented its EaaS solution, which incorporates advanced generative and edge AI solutions, IoT, and blockchain, and has applied its technology in the world’s leading markets and R&D projects with partners such as Mitsubishi Electric. Added intelligent video surveillance services to the company’s robot fleet, Hitachi Rail, etc., and developed machinery maintenance services for the ESAOTE Group.

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