What could go wrong?
A British artificial intelligence company has designed AI agents which have taught themselves Quake III Arena, and became so good they consistently beat human beings.
7nm data center GPU confirmed
Intel has provided a financial analyst community update about its 10nm and, it even mentioned 7nm for 2021, touching beyond that. The first 7nm from Intel seems to be a 7nm general purpose GPU.
Making them easier for businesses
Software King of the world Microsoft announced new tools for software makers aimed at making technologies such as AI and blockchain easier for businesses to use.
CEO Victor Peng made the difference
Xilinx announced that at the end of its fiscal year 2019 the company reached record revenues of $3.06 billion for the fiscal year 2019, up 24 percent from the previous fiscal year. The three pillar strategy is playing out, with the data center first but it is clear that the company has AI, networking and 5G well embedded in its roadmap.
GTI AI technology to your SoC
Gyrfalcon Technology is a chip innovator targeting the industry densest AI inference accelerators on a custom SoC design. Now it's opened to IP licensing modem for greater customization for AI chips from edge to cloud. The company own the IP making it more attractive that some of the other players in the market.
Series of products in 2020
Last week Qualcomm announced a Cloud AI 100 data accelerator targeting future AI loads in big data centers. Facebook and Microsoft seem to be interested as they presented at the Qualcomm AI events in San Francisco.
Big Data says that Bronn and Sansa are toast
An AI application developed by students from the Technical University of Munich which has had a pretty good run of predicting who in the Game of Thrones will die has bad news for fans of Bronn and Sansa and Bran Stark.
Gunning for Nvidia
Chipmaker Qualcomm revamped the midrange products in its system-on-chip portfolio with faster graphics, more power efficient cores, and Nvidia beating AI functions.
The workers are still doomed
Futurist Gary Grossman has warned AI "may be the fastest paradigm shift in the history of technology may not create as many jobs as its displaces.