Chip Makers Vie for Machine-Learning Dominance

         |         |     Share Building High-Growth IT: 5 Things to Know Now The enterprise will most certainly become more cloudy and more intelligent as the decade unfolds, but of the two, the case can be made that the intelligent technologies under development today will have the more far-reaching impact over data operations. Many of these artificially intelligent machine-learning capabilities are being programmed into silicon, placing them at the foundation of all the virtual, abstract data architectures that follow. And this is also leading to an upheaval of sorts for the chip industry as demand for greater system autonomy and self-service functionality shifts the focus away from raw power to more nuanced data-handling and coordinated processing functions. AMD, for one, is finding that a renewed focus on deep learning and parallel…

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