Artificial intelligence and machine learning applications software provider BrainChip Holdings Limited has deployed its Game Outcome solution at the giant Mohegan Sun after last month inking a deal with operator the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority.
Sydney-listed BrainChip Holdings Limited explained that its Game Outcome innovation, which utilizes its very own Spiking Neuron Adaptive Processor technology, will allow the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority to more effectively monitor card games and was installed throughout the Connecticut casino’s gaming floor in partnership with SN Technologies.
“[Our] Spiking Neuron Adaptive Processor technology can quickly learn, recognize and track complex objects in real time from multiple sources such as video camera feeds,” read a statement from BrainChip Holdings Limited, which has its headquarters in West Perth, Australia, along with an office in the California city of Aliso Viejo.
BrainChip Holdings Limited declared that its Spiking Neuron Adaptive Processor technology can provide users with “a significant advantage in a wide range of applications” and utilizes real-time autonomous learning to validate the outcome of each game.
“The solution recognizes cards and game rules to provide casino operators real-time analytics, thereby improving the casino operator’s visibility of errors and oversights that are common in the gaming industry,” read the statement from BrainChip Holdings Limited.
According to an early-December report from the Australian Financial Review newspaper, BrainChip Holdings Limited’s Spiking Neuron Adaptive Processor technology is based on the ability to recognize visual patterns and spot anomalies or problems.
“We have previously demonstrated success in Las Vegas at one of the largest gaming operators in the world and now have a meaningful relationship with one of the largest independent gaming operators in North America,” said Louis DiNardo, President and Chief Executive Officer for BrainChip Holdings Limited. “The gaming industry provides us [with] a large and target-rich environment for a solution that is now well proven.”
The Australian Financial Review described Spiking Neuron Adaptive Processor technology as learning autonomously in the same way as a human brain and explained that Peter Van Der Made, Chief Technology Officer for BrainChip Holdings Limited, had spent more than a decade investigating such intelligence and working out how to synthesize this facility digitally.
“This device actually learns autonomously, which sometimes can be a little scary,” DiNardo told the newspaper. “What we have is a chip that can learn and it has what we call plasticity, which is that it retains the knowledge from a prior event, and when that event repeats it’s already like a baby that is learning to talk.”
The Australian Financial Review moreover reported that Spiking Neuron Adaptive Processor technology from BrainChip Holdings Limited may be exploited in the future in the field of civil surveillance to stop crimes while its use in industrial visual inspections could save manufacturers time and money.
“We can recognize if there is an individual loitering around somewhere they shouldn’t be, if they’re approaching an airplane or if they leave a piece of luggage or backpack unattended,” DiNardo told the newspaper. “Until now, all that video is good for is after something horrible happens, they’ve got some footage to try and go back and figure out what happened. Our goal is to try and provide that preventative alert so that security can jump on it and prevent bad things happening.”