Crossing the threshold of the AI revolution

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn This article is part of New Europe’s: Our World in 2017 USA – SANTA CLARA –In 1965, Intel Corporation’s co-founder Gordon Moore famously predicted the rate of advancement of integrated circuits, noting that the number of transistors in an integrated circuit would double every year. A decade later, he revised his statement to doubling every two years and the concept is now known as Moore’s Law.  Moore’s Law translates to a doubling of a computer’s computational capability every two years and continues to serve as a guiding principle for the technology industry. These advances enabled by Moore’s Law now produce a new mechanism to derive value from computing. As we enter 2017, we are crossing the threshold of…


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