Question for y'all in the community and industry. What dev boards with ML accelerators on them have y'all been using or looking at? I spoke to Frank recently and he expressed interest in finding some available boards with a decently well-documented accelerator for less than $150. Nothing promised, nothing committed to. But suggestions would be very welcome. You can just respond to this email :)
Beyond that, there is some Pi 5 work sneaking into Nerves as you can see below.
Add workaround to GPIO pin numbering change on TI AM335x platforms (like the BBB) that happened between Linux 5.10 and 5.15. Circuits.GPIO will remap the pins automatically so the number is consistent with the way it’s been for years and the way that most online docs talk about it. E.g., GPIO number is the pin bank times 32 plus the pin offset in the bank.
Defer NIF loading until
opening the first GPIO. This is a minor optimization to delay shared library load time and issue to a little later in boot.
This is a security/bug fix update for v1.25.1 that also adds support for the Raspberry Pi 5's WiFi and Bluetooth module.
* Changes * Update the RPi WiFi firmware to support the module on the RPi 5. This also brings in about 2 years worth of updates to the firmware so it might help other RPi's. * Add `rpi-distro-bluez-firmware` package to supply Bluetooth firmware for the RPi 5 and other RPi's.
Added VintageNetWiFi.summarize_access_points/1 to centralize filtering and sorting access point lists for presentation to users. (Thanks @grace-in-wonderland)
Change VintageNetWiFi.quick_scan/1 to call summarize_access_points/1. This should make it much easier to find SSIDs at the IEx prompt. It’s technically an API change. See the function’s
hexdocs for details.