Intel's Frenetic AI Will Rule In The Next 5 Years
Intel Corporation is on its way to flip the market as it plans to roll out several artificial intelligence (AI) products. The American multinational corporation is currently building valuable products with its new acquisition of Nervana Systems. In fact, its recent moves such as combining Nervana, Altera, Phi and Xeon advise that it may even embrace non-x86 architecture to compete for the emerging AI market.
Naveen Rao, the head of Intel's new AI division predicts that industry will soon concentrate on a handful of core technologies and leaders including artificial intelligence products. Rao is the former CEO of Nervana Systems and believes that tech industry is moving at breakneck speed."You go three weeks without reading a paper and you're behind. It's just amazing," he said. "It's incredible."
According to PCWorld, it wasn't long ago that AI was solely the main focus of university research labs and after a couple of years, many tech companies have moved their goals, too. As of now, Intel's new group of AI researchers represents its biggest step toward being one of the leaders in the field. In fact, that group brings together all of the firm's hardware and software analysis tied to machine learning, deep learning, and algorithms.
Intel And HP To Get Cortana-powered Devices
Intel is well-known as one of the leading chip makers, its AI research also involves software packages that help developers add the features and capabilities to Intel-based hardware. By doing amazing software, Intel aims to make it really easier for all its customers to build AI-based systems. And in return, it will help the firm sell hardware. As a matter of fact, Intel and HP will soon get smart with its Cortana-powered devices, according to TechRadar.
Recently, at the Build Conference, it was revealed that Microsoft is pushing hard with AI and Cortana. It was also announced that both Intel and HP have signed up to deliver hardware featuring the digital assistant. However, other than the actual partnerships and primary goals of these companies, no details have been revealed about the devices we might see in the future.
Intel Unveils Specifications & Release Date Of Extreme 18 Core I9 CPU, Ultimate AMD Threadripper Killer
Within October 2017, Intel is going to introduce i9 processor with 18 cores. There will be 4 models in this segment, such as Intel Core i9-7920X, 7940X, 7960X, and 7980XE.
Cortana Is Now Ready To Replace Google Assistant On Your Android Phone
To those who would like to give the app a try, the latest version of Cortana for Android can be downloaded from Google Play. To those who already have the app installed, expect the update to arrive any time now.
iPhone 8 Not Supporting Gigabit LTE; Here's Why
Intel Corp. doesn’t have a modem capable of gigabit LTE. While there’s one on the way, it’s not expected to be ready in time for the new Apple iPhone smartphone.
AMD Slashes Ryzen 7 Prices, Prepares Threadripper CPU Roster
AMD is being much more aggressive this time around, taking on Intel’s entire product stack in desktop, high-end desktop, and in servers via Epyc, while simultaneously prepping updated APUs with Vega graphics for mobile and budget desktop markets.
Microsoft Windows 10 New Feature Is Beyond Amazing
Because of the new features that Microsoft released for the Windows 10, we have now computers that speak clearly, can explain what's happening and why you're happy to carry on.
Qualcomm Partners With HP, ASUS, Lenovo To Create Snapdragon 835 PCs
It’s possible that one reason Qualcomm still feels confident about winning these comparisons because ARM has continued to iterate on its CPU designs, while Intel’s last major refresh of its smartphone and tablet division was back in 2012.
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