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MediaTek Helio P90 Chipset To Support Google's Machine Learning Kit

MediaTek Inc. announced that in its collaboration with Google, the Helio P90 will support Google's ML Kit, bringing machine learning techniques to mobile developers of all levels of expertise. MediaTek will support Google's ML Kit on Helio P90 beginning first quarter, 2019.

Google's ML Kit is a mobile SDK that brings Google's machine learning expertise to Android and iOS apps. MediaTek said, through Google's ML Kit, the Helio P90 supports faster, complex and more dynamic AI experiences, in addition to Google Lens, deep-learning facial detection, real-time beautification, object and scene identification, artificial reality and mixed reality acceleration, plus other real-time enhancements for photos and videos.

Brahim Elbouchikhi, Google's Group Product Manager for Android AI and Camera Products, said: "We are pleased to collaborate with MediaTek to help developers take advantage of their newest chipset, the Helio P90, and the capabilities of its APU 2.0. We look forward to seeing how this will help developers push the boundaries of what smartphones can do."

The ML Kit delivers ready-made solutions to core uses cases without requiring developers to have any knowledge of machine learning. MediaTek said Helio P90 will deliver software support to assist in making AI an essential and intuitive part of a developer's toolkit.

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