Intel’s AI strategy for 2019 goes beyond chips


There’s a lot of people in the machine learning community who’ll tell you that deep learning (DL) is a dead end. Gadi Singer isn’t one of those people. He believes DL is just getting started, in fact he says we’re about to enter the next phase of AI, and deep learning at the edge is a huge part of that. He probably knows what he’s talking about. After all most of the world’s AI compute cycles are run on his company’s architecture. Singer is Intel’s Vice President, Artificial Intelligence Products Group Architecture General Manager. He has the difficult task of…

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