Google built computer chips to support machine learning, AI bots

Steve Pak | May 20, 2016 08:00 AM EDT Google’s TPU Chip (Photo : Facebook ) Google reported at its I/O dev conference on May 18, Wednesday it has developed computer chips to power its artificial intelligence (AI) tech known as deep neural networks. CEO Sundar Pichai shared that the Alphabet company had developed an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) for deep neural nets. The software and hardware networks use machine learning to pick up particular tasks by analyzing large amounts of data such as for Google’s facial recognition tech, voice recognition features on Android phones, and search engine.   Like Us on Facebook Google’s neural nets have many other applications. They include object recognition and text translation from one language to another, according to Wired. Google reports that it has…


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