Intel Acquires Movidius To Support Its Computer Vision And AI Efforts

Intel acquires chip maker Movidius to help its efforts to bring AI and computer vision to drones.(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Intel has acquired Movidius as part of its strategy to accelerate its artificial intelligence (AI) and RealSense vision efforts. Advertisement Movidius’ Expertise According to PCWorld, Intel hopes that its efforts to enter into new markets, such as the field of drones’ computer vision, will be propelled forward by Movidius’ expertise in low-power image-processing chips. Custom chip maker Movidius has attracted a lot of attention for its low-power, high-performance chips. Movidius silicon products are making machine learning possible on mobile devices. They have also powered vision applications like Google Tango. According to ExtremeTech, chip giant Intel has acquired Movidius in order to help its efforts to provide computer vision and deep…


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