The Intel Science & Technology Center for Visual Cloud Systems – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 552

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Dave Andersen, associate professor of computer science, joins Intel Chip Chat to discuss the new Intel Science & Technology Center for Visual Cloud Systems at Carnegie Mellon University. Intel is investing more than $4M over the next 3 years to support the development of cloud-based computing systems architecture that can handle the rapidly increasing amount of visual content generated by edge devices, imaging and camera technology. The goal of the center is to accelerate the application of machine learning analytics to huge data sets of video. At the center, researchers are developing methods to analyze video streams at scale with intelligent computing systems and to index and store videos so that they can be readily searched.

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