Papers about TinyML in Zotero

Hi! I created an open group on Zotero for papers on TinyML. You can join the group here:

https://www.zotero.org/groups/2744827/tinyml/items

Cheers,
Marco

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@cbanbury you might have a wealth of resources to share to Zotero!

Speech commands, MCUNets, MicroNets, Visual wake words, …

Maybe we should create a research category :slight_smile:

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This is great! I’ll definitely make sure to link this once we start putting together the repository of teaching materials to help people make their own TinyML courses (after Course 3 launches)!

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Here everyone,
For the past few days, I have been compiling some TinyML resources(papers, projects, articles and talks) with the hopes of making them easily accessible for everyone. You can check it out:

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This is so wild! I was totally thinking of reaching out to you @gigwegbe today/tomorrow as I ran into your page just a few days ago, but I forgot your GitHub id! So I was wondering how am I supposed to find this person that has this great resource to share with the community :slight_smile:

Great to have you here, and thanks so much for putting together that great resource.

Do you think we could create a topic in the Education category and post a topic on “TinyML Paper and Projects” so that we can all add to your repo? Might just be easier to find. Up to you, just a thought.

Thanks again for joining us here and sharing your effort!

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Wow, that’s a great resource, @gigwegbe !

@vjreddi what about a Research category? Given the number of papers in gigwegbe list, there is a lot to discuss!

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Yes, sir! Done. I created a Research category.

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How do you keep this list up to date?! Just curious :slight_smile:

Sure, I will create a topic in the Education category where other people can contribute too. I’m excited to help the community in my little way. Thanks for making TinyML Discuss community open to everyone.

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What a fantastic resource! Thank you very much for sharing this @gigwegbe

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