Intel Investing Upstream to Accelerate AI Innovation – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 504

December 2nd, 2016 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Doug Fisher, Senior VP and GM of the Software and Services Group at Intel, joins us to discuss Intel’s work to accelerate innovation in artificial intelligence. In this interview, Fisher talks about Intel’s upstream investments in academia and open source communities. Fisher highlights efforts including the launch of the Intel Nervana AI Academy aimed at developers, data scientists, academia, and startups that will broaden participation in AI. Additionally, Fisher reports on Intel’s engagements with open source ecosystems to optimize the performance of the most-used AI frameworks on Intel architecture.

For more information on Intel’s work in AI, please visit:
software.intel.com/ai

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