Google Built Its Own Processor To Power Its Artificial Intelligence Bots

Google debuts Allo, an AI-centered chat application utilizing its new assistant bot, wise replies and much more. Google also announces its own chip to power its artificial intelligence bots.(Photo by Jason Farrell/Flickr) Google announced on Wednesday, May 18, at the Google I/O conference event, that it designed its own computer chip for deep neural networks.  According to Wired, CEO Sundar Pichai said that Google has designed an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) aimed to drive deep neural nets, an artificial intelligence (AI) technology that is reshaping the Internet. These are networks of software and hardware that analyze vast amount of data in order to learn specific tasks. Like Us on Facebook Google uses neural nets to recognize voice commands in Android phones, identify faces and objects in photos, or translate text…


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