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Former Intel President at Reins in ARM Chip Startup

Former Intel President at Reins in ARM Chip Startup | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Former Intel president Renee James and now CEO of Ampere Computing, makes the leap from x86 to ARM.
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.:. Spark Microsystems: LP On-Chip Radios

.:. Spark Microsystems: LP On-Chip Radios | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Spark Microsystems: LP On-Chip Radios Startup seeks to displace BLE with RF that is extremely low energy.
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A New A.I. Era Dawns for Chip Makers - Barron's

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Chip vendors like Nvidia have begun handing out circuitry blueprints to establish industry standards. It’s a sign that A.I. is going ubiquitous
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Microsoft Unveils Biggest Reorganization in Years - Bloomberg

Microsoft Unveils Biggest Reorganization in Years - Bloomberg | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Researchers make Majorana fermions, but now must try to control them
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Microsoft's Brainwave makes Bing's AI over 10 times faster

Microsoft's Brainwave makes Bing's AI over 10 times faster | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Microsoft announced today that its use of specialized hardware for AI computation allowed it to get more than 10 times faster performance for a machine learning model that powers functionality of its Bing search engine.
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NVIDIA And Arm Partnership To Bring Deep Learning Technology To IoT Devices

NVIDIA And Arm Partnership To Bring Deep Learning Technology To IoT Devices | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
NVIDIA and Arm just announced that they are partnering to bring deep learning inferencing technology to mobile, consumer electronics and the Internet of Things devices. As a result of the partnership, NVIDIA and Arm will integrate NVIDIA’s open-source Deep Learning Accelerator (NVDLA) architecture into Arm’s Project Trillium platform for machine learning.
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Exclusive: This is the most dexterous robot ever created

Exclusive: This is the most dexterous robot ever created | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
The most nimble-fingered machine yet shows how machine learning can teach robots to recognize and pick up different types of objects, a skill that could transform many factories and warehouses.
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IBM’s Dario Gil says quantum computing promises to accelerate AI

IBM’s Dario Gil says quantum computing promises to accelerate AI | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Neural networks may one day find themselves surpassed by quantum ones.
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AI savants, recognizing bias, and building machines that think like people

AI savants, recognizing bias, and building machines that think like people | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Despite impressive advances, three speakers at EmTech Digital show how far there is to go in the AI world.
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We Are Here To Create | Edge.org

We Are Here To Create | Edge.org | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
AI is taking off everywhere. There were new schools of thought that came about. One set of people started to project back at our original question: who are we and why do we exist? These people make the extrapolation that because AlphaGo was able to improve itself exponentially over the past two or three years, if we push that to other domains, we’re going to have machines that will be superintelligent, that could either be plugged into our heads and become our human augmentation, or they’ll be evil and take over mankind.
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Principles of computation in neural networks, real and artificial

Thought-provoking connections have emerged between (deep) artificial neural networks and biological neural networks in the brain. Convolutional neural networks (CNNs) — artificial neural networks…
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To Speed Up AI, Mix Memory and Processing - IEEE Spectrum

To Speed Up AI, Mix Memory and Processing - IEEE Spectrum | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Shanbhag thinks it’s time to switch to a design that’s better suited for today’s data-intensive tasks. In February, at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC), in San Francisco, he and others made their case for a new architecture that brings computing and memory closer together. The idea is not to replace the processor altogether but to add new functions to the memory that will make devices smarter without requiring more power.
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Opening Windows into SoC Hardware | SDJ

Opening Windows into SoC Hardware | SDJ | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it

System designers are grappling with challenges quite different from block-level silicon bring-up or embedded software development. Four areas in particular are demanding new attention: system integration, run-time performance optimization, system security, and functional safety. Each is making its own demands on the observability and controllability of systems increasingly locked within the confines of an SoC die. And designers are responding by embedding more dedicated hardware to open windows of observability into the chips.

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IBM working on ‘world’s smallest computer’ to attach to just about everything

IBM working on ‘world’s smallest computer’ to attach to just about everything | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it

IBM is hard at work on the problem of ubiquitous computing, and its approach, understandably enough, is to make a computer small enough that you might mistake it for a grain of sand. Eventually these omnipresent tiny computers could help authenticate products, track medications and more.


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Towards Smart Dust ? IBM's smallest computer design may be mistaken for a grain of sand ...

Ubiquitous computing means that what we saw yet no longer understood (hence the Intel pink characters on TV ads a while ago) won't be visible any longer.

Will it also imply that future computing power increases will come from a combination of Moore's Law and a huge increase in volumes produced ? Power will migrate in any case towards the edge of the network, making centralized computing a thing of the past ultimately, with the exception of a few cloud behemoths that will try to leverage the data they manage.

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Did Stephen Wolfram's Knowledge Engine Just Become a Quantum Neural Blockchain AI?

Did Stephen Wolfram's Knowledge Engine Just Become a Quantum Neural Blockchain AI? | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Today's leading buzzwords seem to describe very separate concepts, but it turns out that they have some amazing commonalities
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a fascinating string of ramblings from one of the smartest people on earth...thought it was an April Fool's joke at first...still not sure it isn't...hmmmm...
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Removing The Storage Bottleneck For AI

Removing The Storage Bottleneck For AI | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
If the history of high performance computing has taught us anything, it is that we cannot focus too much on compute at the expense of storage and networking. Having all of the compute in the world doesn’t mean diddlysquat if the storage can’t get data to the compute elements – whatever they might be – in a timely
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Quantum Computers Strive to Break Out of the Lab - IEEE Spectrum

Quantum Computers Strive to Break Out of the Lab - IEEE Spectrum | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Tech giants and startups alike want to bring quantum computing into the mainstream, but success is uncertain
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Chips for Artificial Intelligence | April 2018 | Communications of the ACM

Chips for Artificial Intelligence | April 2018 | Communications of the ACM | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Companies are racing to develop hardware that more directly empowers deep learning.
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Nvidia Taps Memory, Switch for AI | EE Times

Nvidia doubled memory and rolled out a switch linking its GPUs to boost AI training and teamed up with ARM to spread its IP for inferencing.
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To protect artificial intelligence from attacks, show it fake data

To protect artificial intelligence from attacks, show it fake data | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Google Brain’s Ian Goodfellow explains how AI systems defend themselves, onstage at EmTech Digital
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Xilinx Everest: Enabling FPGA Acceleration With ACAP

Xilinx Everest: Enabling FPGA Acceleration With ACAP | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Analyst Karl Freund examines Everest, Xilinx's new 7nm generation FPGA architecture, and what it could mean for FPGA adoption.
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China Wants Its Own Brains Behind 30 Million Self-Driving Cars - Bloomberg

China Wants Its Own Brains Behind 30 Million Self-Driving Cars - Bloomberg | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
China’s aspiration to deploy 30 million autonomous vehicles within a decade is seeding a fledgling chip industry, with startups like Horizon Robotics Inc. emerging to build the brains behind those wheels.
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Inspired by brain’s visual cortex, new AI utterly wrecks CAPTCHA security

Inspired by brain’s visual cortex, new AI utterly wrecks CAPTCHA security | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Recognizing surfaces and edges key to picking out distorted characters.
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Evolution is the New Deep Learning - Sentient Technologies

Evolution is the New Deep Learning - Sentient Technologies | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
By Risto Miikkulainen Vice President Research; Professor of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin [If you are visiting from Hacker News, please be sure to check out the papers respo…
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Understanding Deep Learning through Neuron Deletion

Understanding Deep Learning through Neuron Deletion | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it

Deep neural networks are composed of many individual neurons, which combine in complex and counterintuitive ways to solve challenging tasks, ranging from machine translation to Go. This complexity grants neural networks their power but also earns them their reputation as confusing and opaque black boxes. Understanding how deep neural networks function is critical for explaining their decisions and enabling us to build more powerful systems.

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How the AI cloud could produce the richest companies ever

How the AI cloud could produce the richest companies ever | The Future of Programmable Processing | Scoop.it
Amazon, Google, and Microsoft all want to dominate the business of providing artificial-intelligence services through cloud computing. The winner may have the OS of the future.
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