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Why AI on a chip is the start of the next IT explosion

It’s game on in the AI-on-a-chip race. Alongside Nvidia’s successes turning Graphics Processing Units into massively performant compute devices (culminating in last year’s release of the ‘Volta’ V100 GPU), we have ARM releasing its ‘Project Trillium’ machine learning processor on Valentine’s Day and Intel making noises around bringing the fruits of its Nervana acquisition to […]

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Voices in AI – Episode 34: A Conversation with Christian Reilly

Today’s leading minds talk AI with host Byron Reese In this episode, Byron and Christian talk about AGI, AI assistants, transfer learning, ANI and more. – – 0:00 0:00 0:00 Today’s leading minds talk AI with host Byron Reese Byron Reese: This is Voices in AI, brought to you by GigaOm, I’m Byron Reese. Today our guest is Christian Riley. He is the Vice President of Global […]

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How Education Can Eliminate Public Fears Surrounding AI

Misconceptions swirl about what AI is, what machine learning does, its capabilities and its purpose in our society. However, our world is benefiting from the technology’s implementation, and it’s driving positive cultural and societal change, such as helping doctors predict the next global health outbreak or enhancing diagnosis and treatment capabilities. Yet despite these advancements, […]

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The digital world needs new lawmakers

The current, “sudden” plague of deepfake videos is just the latest in a series of “unexpected” events caused by “unplanned” use of technology. More will occur, and indeed are already happening: in a similar vein the computer-generated mash-up videos on YouTube that care more about eyeballs than child protection; the ongoing boom in cyber-trolling; bitcoin […]

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