Intel unveils its first chips built for AI in the cloud
Intel unveils its first ICs designed specifically for AI in the cloud.
The NNT-T1000 chip is designed for training neural networks and provides a wide range of scalability, from small clusters to supercomputers. The second model NNP-I1000 works with intensive output.
In addition, Intel also showcased the next generation Movidius processors, with an updated computer vision architecture that improves input efficiency by 10 times.. However, they will not appear on the market until the first half of next year..
Since internet giants like Facebook rely heavily on Intel technologies for artificial intelligence, we may soon see the benefits of using them, such as faster website loading or new AI capabilities..
Intel also previously introduced new interconnect technology for 3D chips, which will allow engineers to create chips from compact specialized modules like Lego.
text: Ilya Bauer, photo: Intel