This AI code "looks like it has been made by an Indian"
An Indian based company has been flogging an AI-assisted app development platform which does not use AI and is powered by Indians. The Duke of Edinburgh, the consort to Queen Elizabeth II, once famously said: “It looks as if it was put in by an Indian”, pointing to an old fashioned fuse box on a factory trip to Edinburgh.
2500 mm2 interposer and 5nm N5P EUV to the rescue
Usually, it is Intel which talks about Moore’s Law, but this time our long-time industry friend Godfrey Cheng at TSMC talked about potential and the future of the world’s finest manufacturing facility.
Alleged to have had forced sex with one of Epstein's victims
A victim of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein testified that she was forced to have sex with MIT professor Marvin Minsky.
Wins against Xeon and Tesla
Xilinx has a data center first strategy that Victor Peng and his team are executing flawlessly so far, and part of that plan is to launch an adaptable compute, network and storage card and call it Alveo U50.
If they invented it
A team of boffins said that an artificial intelligence system should be recognised as the inventor of two ideas in patents filed on its behalf.
Keeps Facebook’s AI expert awake at night
Facebook's AI initiatives, VP Jerome Pesenti (left) has warned that AI demands an increasing amount of compute power and it is keeping him awake at night worrying about it.
To be trailed in the US
An Aussie AI has designed a “turbocharged” flu vaccine which is about to be trialled in the United States.
A group of policy experts assembled by the EU has recommended that it ban the use of AI for mass surveillance and mass “scoring of individuals”.
Using AI and other tech to see off competition
Australia's second-biggest grocery chain Coles revealed its intention to cut A$1 billion in costs through more deliberate use of technology. It reflects the new imperative for supermarkets looking to stay competitive amidst pressure from deep discounters and online retailers.
7nm first adaptive compute platform
Xilinx has confirmed that the Versal, product developed under Everest condemned was taped out last year, and today the company has confirmed that the first tier-one customers are getting the first Versal AI core products.