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At this moment, I don’t recall seeing any application or implementation being done with the Aero board FPGA, however, there’s a list with sample configuration of many of the standard electrical interfaces. You can check it here https://github.com/intel-aero/meta-intel-aero/wiki/FPGA-Sample-Configuration.
The FPGA on the Aero board, even if it’s low-cost, is a powerful hardware, so I believe implementation of TCP/IP protocol should be possible. I’m not sure if it will work well for machine learning, so I would suggest you to search around the web for more information about this.
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The Altera MAX10M08 found on the Intel Aero Compute board is indeed capable of doing TCP/IP protocol operations, but due to the fairly low amount of Logic Elements I would not consider doing any Machine learning implementations.
Keep in mind that no schematics are released for the Intel Aero Compute board so information about the connections between the Intel SoC and the FPGA is very sparse. For now I am only aware of a SPI connection.