Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Monday, August 2, 2021

Feedzai Gets Another $200M to Further Expand its Financial Risk AI/ML Management Platform

Financial crime prevention and risk management vendor Feedzai has secured another $200 million in Series D investment money as the company works to expand its sales footprint, product offerings ...Full Article

Arteria AI Closes $11M Series A Round to Scale its Contract Management Technology

AI developers have been steadily segmenting the booming financial services technology sector with new tools aimed at automating business processes. Among the latest examples are fintech startups applying AI ...Full Article

IBM Lauding 40 Distinguished Women in AI Around the Globe for 2021

IBM has named 40 distinguished female technologists to its 2021 Women Leaders in AI list, which highlights women in business who are using IBM Watson to drive AI innovation ...Full Article

Google Cloud Nvidia A100 GPU A2 VM Instances Now Generally Available

Eight months after making its Nvidia A100 A2 VM cloud services available on Google Cloud as a beta service for customers, Google Cloud has announced that they are now ...Full Article

Micron Getting Out of 3D XPoint Memory, To Concentrate on Compute Express Link

After almost 10 years of investments and flagging progress, Micron announced today (Tuesday) that it is ending its involvement in 3D XPoint, the non-volatile memory technology it originally developed ...Full Article

AMD Partners Unveil Their Plans for Integrating New AMD Epyc CPUs in Servers, Services

Now that AMD unveiled its latest third-generation Epyc CPU product line for AI, HPC and enterprise workloads on March 15, the company’s server and services partners continue to announce ...Full Article

AMD’s Latest Third-Gen Epyc ‘Milan’ CPUs Include AI Implications as Well

A wide range of new third-generation AMD Epyc “Milan” CPUs were unveiled March 15 (Monday) by the chipmaker, from a flagship 64-core model to 8-core versions built for a ...Full Article

Global Chip Shortage Is Negatively Impacting AI Workloads in the Cloud

If you’re finding it harder to get access to GPUs in the cloud to train your AI models lately, you’re not alone. The combination of a global chip shortage ...Full Article

Financial Institutions Continue to Cautiously Embrace AI, But More Data Scientists Needed

As banks and financial institutions look to expand their use of AI in their operations, having compelling reasons to deploy the technology are now the norm. But a large ...Full Article

Intel CPUs Gaining Optimized Deep Learning Inferencing from Deci in New Collaboration

Intel Corp. and deep learning startup Deci are partnering to help enterprises dramatically optimize inferencing and make their deep learning models more efficient and faster using Intel CPUs. The ...Full Article
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