Optimizing AI for Japanese Robots – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 238

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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: sMedio’s George Tang joins host Jake Smith to talk about why the Japan-based, multi-media company looks to Intel to help with cost-effective solutions to train their facial recognition modules and cater to their scaling needs. The two discuss how Tensoflow optimizations helped improve training performance on Intel Xeon processors, the cost of cloud-based AI projects, the types of robotics products sMedio is developing, and the benefits of working with the Intel AI Builders program.

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