If you are new to Arm AI, get started with our guides for Cortex-A devices and Cortex-M devices.
Cortex-A devices are in everything from Android Phones to single-board computers like the Raspberry Pi. Cortex-M chips power trillions of embedded devices around the world and run on extremely low power.
Here are our popular guides for new developers on Arm. Each guide introduces its board and some basic ML concepts. If you want to build a full-fledged application running on a modern OS, select the Cortex-A guide. If you are interested in low-powered ML devices for embedded or IoT, select the Cortex-M guide.
Cortex-A machine learning
Use TensorFlow to train a Raspberry Pi to burst into applause whenever you raise your hands in the air. All we use is a camera and the on-board Arm CPU of the Raspberry Pi. This activity works on the Pi Zero.
Cortex-M machine learning
Learn how to use your gestures to train a classifier in TensorFlow and then deploy to an Arm Cortex-M-based board running Mbed OS.