MathWorks Delivers Release 2020a of MATLAB and Simulink

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According to a recent press release, “MathWorks today introduced Release 2020a with expanded AI capabilities for deep learning. Engineers can now train neural networks in the updated Deep Network Designer app, manage multiple deep learning experiments in a new Experiment Manager app, and choose from more network options to generate deep learning code. R2020a introduces new capabilities specifically for automotive and wireless engineers in addition to hundreds of new and updated features for all users of MATLAB and Simulink. More details are available in the Release 2020a video…. ‘MathWorks provides a comprehensive platform for building AI-driven systems,’ said David Rich, MATLAB marketing director. ‘We’ve taken three decades of product, consulting and support experiences and applied it to an AI workflow that empowers engineers and scientists to clean data, build models and deploy them in production IT or embedded systems’.”

The release goes on, “The new release introduces an enhanced Deep Learning Toolbox that helps users: (1) Manage multiple deep learning experiments, keep track of training parameters, and analyze and compare results and code with the new Experiment Manager app. (2) Interactively train a network for image classification, generate MATLAB code for training, and access pretrained models with Deep Network Designer app. Additionally, GPU Coder now offers a more expansive set of networks to implement AI systems on cloud and edge devices, including Darknet-19, Darknet-53, Inception-ResNet-v2, NASNet-Large, and NASNet-Mobile.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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