Ultra-low power ML with the Eta Compute AI Sensor

Running machine learning (ML) models on microcontrollers is one of the most exciting developments of the past years, allowing small battery-powered devices to detect complex motions, recognize sounds, or find anomalies in sensor data. To deploy these models with the lowest power consumption possible we've partnered with Eta Compute to bring support for Edge Impulse to their ECM3532 Tensai SoC and their Eta Compute ECM3532 AI Sensor development board.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.edgeimpulse.com/blog/ultra-low-power-ecm3532/