Intel Sets a Base for Scalable Deep Learning

“Artificial intelligence is around us everywhere. It is becoming very commonplace,” said Diane Bryant, Intel’s executive vice president and general manager of the Data Center Group, keynoting the Intel Developer Forum, being held this week in San Francisco. At the event, the company teased developers with promises of advanced applications in virtual reality, Internet of Things and ambient computing, all of which would require, of course, plenty of processing power, preferably, for the company, of the Intel sort. This year, Intel promoted artificial intelligence and machine learning (ML) as well. Automated photo tagging, talk-to-text, fraud detection, precision medicine, autonomous automobiles all are benefiting from artificial intelligence, she said. One of the main drivers of artificial intelligence is machine learning. About seven percent of all servers last year were deployed for machine learning. And…


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