New Funding for Real-Time Machine Learning Research

SRSL has received research funding from the National Science Foundation for a collaborative project with the University of South Carolina (UofSC). This project is titled “RTML: Small: Collaborative: A Programming Model and Platform Architecture for Real-time Machine Learning for Sub-second Systems.” This three-year project ($500K in total with $240k coming to ISU) will create and evaluate novel frameworks for achieving real-time machine learning in sub-second systems. It will be carried out through collaboration with Dr. Simon Laflamme (PI at ISU), Dr. Austin Downey (PI at UofSC), and Dr. Jason Bakos (Co-PI at UofSC).