Nvidia, Intel and others are piling innovation resources into AI-specialised chip architectures amid heightened risk of competition from Chinese vendors
Specialist computer processing chips are poised to entrench the effects of deep artificial intelligence, two decades on from the rise of machine learning. Deep learning algorithms already outperform the human eye when classifying pictures, and the costs of this and other image recognition-based tasks have plummeted. The latest annual report from Stanford University’s AI Index…
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