Google’s on-device text classification AI achieves 86.7% accuracy | VentureBeat

In a paper presented this week at the Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing in Brussels, Belgium, Google researchers described offline, on-device AI systems — Self-Governing Neural Networks (SGNNs) — that achieve state-of-the-air results in specific dialog-related tasks.

“The main challenges with developing and deploying deep neural network models on-device are (1) the tiny memory footprint, (2) inference latency and (3) significantly low computational capacity compared to high-performance computing systems, such as CPUs, GPUs, and TPUs on the cloud,” the team wrote.