Tag "Intel"

Neuromorphic Chips: The Third Wave of Artificial Intelligence

The age of traditional computers is reaching its limit. Without innovations taking place, it is difficult to move past the technology threshold. Hence it is necessary to bring major design transformation with improved performance that can change the way we

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Middle East’s Digital Transformation to Get Boost from Intel Innovation Centre

The Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO) in partnership with Intel has announced the launch of a new phase of the Intel Innovation Centre. Dubai Technology Entrepreneur Campus (Dtec) will host the new phase. Notably, Dtec is DSOA’s wholly-owned tech incubation center.

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Unveiling Business Strategy: Intel

The corporate sector is amid of most significant technological transformations and tech giants like Intel are in progress to achieve the ultimate supremacy in digital evolution. Intel has made key investments and decisions to enter a market that is data-rich

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Intel Brings Its First Artificial Intelligence-Powered Processor “Nervana”

Semiconductor manufacturing company Intel introduced its first high performance artificial intelligence-powered neural network processor, named Nervana. Showcased at the “Hot Chips 2019” conference at Stanford University in California, the processor is bifurcated into Intel Nervana NNP-T for training and Intel

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Intel Paves Way for Digital Supply Chain Platform

In today’s quick paced business world, making fast, data-driven choices are critical to keeping up a focused edge. These choices are particularly essential for Intel’s supply chain, which traverses order taking, asset acquirement, assembling, testing, and final delivery of products.

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Intel Unveils ‘Breakthrough’ Quantum Computers at CES 2018

Along with several research groups, Intel indicated that computers with previously unimaginable power are finally within reach. Brian Krzanich, Intel’s CEO, predicted that quantum technology will solve problems that today might take our best supercomputers months or years to resolve, such

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