Joule is a tiny board for developers designed to bring powerful computer vision to cheap and easy-to-make prototypes

Technological advancements have truly excelled over the last two decades. They’ve brought us mobile apps for businesses that make processes easier to handle. We have entertainment systems that transport us into virtual worlds. We can talk to a machine and have them perform basic functions around the house. The technology we have at our disposal will never cease to amaze. Intel is looking to take things one step further with a new chip module called Joule that’s helping to improve the stretch of gadget intelligence. This chip is just a tiny board for developers to use to bring computer vision technology into their own prototypes. The hope is that this new concept will allow developers to make products more affordable and bring them to the market more quickly. Overall, Intel is hopeful that the device will accelerate automation in every capacity.

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