Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Thursday, August 5, 2021

DoD’s Early Warning System Targets New Enemy: COVID-19

Artificial intelligence technology has been enlisted in a Defense Department research effort to develop an early warning system for identifying infectious diseases. Recent COVID-19 outbreaks in the confined quarters ...Full Article

Intel Unveils New Atom x6000E and 11th Gen Core CPUs for IoT and Edge Uses

All-new Intel Atom e6000E and 11th Generation Intel Core processors aimed at AI, IoT and industrial uses were launched Sept. 23 at the company’s Intel Industrial Summit 2020 virtual ...Full Article

Graphcore Expanding Its AI Compute Platform Sales with Its First Channel Partner Program

AI compute platform vendor Graphcore has launched its first formal global channel partner program to promote and boost the sales of its AI processors and blade computing products. The ...Full Article

Quantum Vendor Partners with IBM on New QRNG Service

IBM and Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) have partnered to achieve progress on one of the major business aspirations for quantum computing – the goal of generating verified, truly random ...Full Article

AI Struggles to Outperform Diagnosticians

Among the most promising medical applications for artificial intelligence is image recognition as a diagnostic tool. AI algorithms are approaching the capabilities of radiologists, and groups like the American ...Full Article

NSF Partners with Amazon, Google, Intel, Accenture on Next Round of AI Institutes

Amazon, Google, Intel and Accenture will contribute toward a $160 million partnership for the next round of eight AI Research Institutes scheduled for creation in late 2021 by the ...Full Article

IDC: AI Spending Expected to Double Globally to $110B by 2024

Global spending on artificial intelligence technologies will double to $110 billion by 2024 as AI use grows to bolster the competitiveness and digital transformations of more businesses and other ...Full Article

Fueling AI to Grow the Economy Is Goal of 5 New NSF AI Institutes

AI research by the National Science Foundation will expand to a broader range of businesses across the U.S. economy through five new NSF AI institutes being created at a ...Full Article

Neuromorphic Computing to Assist Children Who Use Wheelchairs

Intel’s neuromorphic chip has learned to smell, learned to touch – and now, it’s here to help. The chip, which mimics the behavior of the human brain, is being ...Full Article

Paige, AI for Pathology Startup, Attracts New Funding

Medical applications for AI and machine learning have so far yielded mixed results. While proving useful in areas like medical imaging, where tools can help reduce confirmation bias, the ...Full Article
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