Low Resolution Neural Networks
Neural networks (NNs) have become very popular for various artificial intelligence tasks, including but not limited to computer vision and natural language processing. Due to high computational complexity, NNs usually require very fast and power-hungry hardware. However, there has been growing interest in deploying NNs at run-time on mobile platforms such as smartphones or drones, which have limited on-device memory, computing resources, and power consumption. This has led to an abundance of research that aims to make NNs computationally more efficient, and one way to achieve this is using low-resolution weights. For example, weights may be constrained to binary values or quantized to low-precision fixed-point numbers. In this project, our goal is to find low-resolution weights using a novel method developed in our group to reduce the complexity of inference in a network.
- Looking for a Semester/Master student
- Contact: Sueda Taner
- Introduction to Machine Learning
- 30% Literature research
- 70% Programming