Q&A with Yung-Hsiang Lu: IEEE Rebooting Computing Podcast, Episode 5

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Episode 5: Q&A with Yung-Hsiang Lu, Associate Professor at Purdue University's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

As the lead for the 2017 Low-Power Image Recognition Challenge (LPIRC) in Hawaii, Purdue University Professor Yung-Hsiang Lu is blazing a trail for IEEE Rebooting Computing and its mission to reinvent the computer. And because mobile systems are the primary devices for communication and visual data acquisition, the LPIRC brings fresh minds to this ever-evolving landscape of visual recognition in mobile applications--and computing systems aren't far off the trail. This podcast interview with Professor Lu captures the plan for the upcoming LPIRC and the program in general. In addition, Professor Lu shares his perspective on the IEEE Rebooting Computing Initiative's mission and vision. But ultimately we see his role as educator and facilitator for the LPIRC and get a front-row seat to discovering how future generations are collaborating on how to change the industry. Could this be where Moore's Law finds new life? We'll let Professor Lu answer that question.

Episode 5: Q&A with Yung-Hsiang Lu, Associate Professor at Purdue University's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

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