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Apple Reveals a Multi-Mode Planar Engine for a Neural Processor that could be used in A-Series & screamingly fast M1 Processors

Back in 2017, Apple introduced the A11 which included their first dedicated neural network hardware that Apple calls a “Neural Engine.” Apple has been steadily advancing their Neural Engine and the new M1 processor uses a 16-core Neural Engine. Today USPTO published a patent from Apple that reveals a Multi-Mode Planar Engine for their Neural Processor

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