FPGAs to better machine learning and AI applications

Graham Pitcher, Jun. 27, 2017 – The latest 'buzz phrases' to emerge into general use are 'machine learning' and artificial intelligence, or AI. Both techniques have wide application, so it's no surprise to find technology companies all of types pursing the opportunities.

Intel is no exception, addressing the topics through acquisitions and internal development in a move to create 'end to end' solutions. Bill Jenkins, senior AI product specialist with Intel's Programmable Systems Group (PSG, formerly Altera) said: "Intel has formed an AI group, while PSG has a focus on machine learning, so there's an AI effort across the company; it's a big topic."

Jenkins said it's all about extracting patterns from data and then deciding what to do with the information. "It's data analytics and perceptual issues; for example, do I understand what something means? How is a word perceived? How is an object used? That's AI."

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