Intel's AI Chips for Facebook's Inference
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Intel Corp had said at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas that in the final quarter of this year, it is actually working with Facebook Inc to finally complete a new artificial intelligence chip. The chips are Intel’s gambit to retain a fast-growing segment of the artificial intelligence computing market but will compete with analogous chips from the Amazon Web Services unit of Nvidia Corp and Amazon.com Inc. The new chip helps with what researchers call inference, which would be the process of automatically using an artificial intelligence algorithm and flagging friends in photos. Intel's processors are currently steamrolling the machine learning inference market, which Morningstar analysts believe will cost $11.8 billion by 2021. Nvidia launched its own inference chip in September to compete directly with Intel. Amazon’sinference chip has been deliberately created. The chip of Amazon is not a direct threat to the business of Intel and Nvidia because it will not sell the chips. Amazon will sell cloud customers services that begin next week at the top of the chips. If Amazon relies solely on its own chips, both Nvidia and Intel could be deprived of a big customer. The 10-nanometer chips were afflicted with delays. Tech rivals like Alphabet Inc and Apple Inc collect mapping data through either special vehicles with cameras attached to them.
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