Most Prolific and Creative Community of Product and Technology Innovators
The Arm Innovator Program supports our global ecosystem of developers—talented individuals building innovative solutions to transform the way we live and work. The program highlights the amazing projects and knowledge from top technical experts building on Arm-based technology.
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Meet Arm Innovators
Arm innovators are industry-leading experts committed to extending the Arm architecture and sharing their knowledge in a wide variety of exciting areas, such as artificial intelligence, automotive, Internet of Things, and security.
Rapid Prototype Engineer - Pashar LLC
Peter Ma is an entrepreneur and king of Hackathons. In fact, he has won over 100 hackathons! Most recently, Peter has been working on a low-cost, smartphone-based digital stethoscope for the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) COVID-19 Detect and Protect Challenge. His solution uses AI-based sound classification to detect respiratory symptoms. Read our latest Q&A blog with Peter to learn more about his digital stethoscope.
Dr. Ciira Maina
Lecturer in Electrical Engineering and Founder of Data Science Africa
Artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things have the ability to solve many social and environmental problems in African communities. However, for AI and IoT in Africa to become a reality, the continent needs to address a skills gap. Ciira Maina is a Lecturer in Electrical Engineering at Dedan Kimathi University of Technology in Kenya and he is a founding member of Data Science Africa, an organisation that arranges workshops and summer schools to improve access to machine learning and data science education in Africa. He is at the forefront of making AI and IoT in Africa a reality. Read his blog to learn more about the work he is doing to close the skills gap and develop innovative solutions of the future.
Innovator Project Spotlight
Fold for COVID
Fold for COVID launched as a community effort in March to help people from across the world donate spare compute capacity to support COVID-19 research. A project that originally started as a forum post by Dr. Lloyd Watts (NeoCortix) in the Fold@Home forum, has pulled together computing power of thousands of devices in nearly every country in the world.