2020-06-01 - PIB Delhi

Drug Discovery ‘Hackathon’ Launched to Tackle COVID-19

A large number of parallel efforts are being taken in India to fight Covid-10. These include new tests for diagnosing…

- Sally Ward-Foxton

Europe Taps Supercomputers to Fight Pandemic

Some of the top supercomputers in Europe have been pledged to help tackle Covid-19 by joining the Covid-19 high-performance computing…

2020-05-29 - Maurizio Di Paolo Emilio

Deep Learning Software Accelerator to Speed AI Deployments

DeepCube provides a software-based inference accelerator that allows an efficient implementation of deep learning models on intelligent edge devices...

- IDC

Improved Productivity And Faster Time To Market Primary Drivers For Indian Organizations Looking At AI

Over 65% of the organizations in India state automation for improved productivity and faster time to market with new products…

2020-05-28 - Maurizio Di Paolo Emilio

Deploying Sensors and Data Analysis to Fight COVID-19

Governments, health-care professionals, and industries scrambling to address the Covid-19 pandemic have some powerful allies: big data and predictive analysis…

- Charlie Cheng

Specialized Accelerators Enable Vector Processing on RISC-V

Demand for special purpose domain specific accelerators can benefit from using RISC-V vector extension with high-bandwidth memory system.

2020-05-27 - Colin Barnden

Autonomous Vehicles: Can We Get Serious Now?

"Can We Get Serious Now?" That's how I feel about many of the optimistic claims made about autonomous vehicles (AV)...

- Ofer Elyakim

Pandemic Shifts Voice UI from Feature to Necessity

In the wake of Covid-19, voice, as a user interface, will become a significant factor in architectural design of many…

2020-05-26 - Kevin Krewell

New AI Chips Set to Reshape Data Centers

AI chip startups are hot on the heels of GPU leader Nvidia. At the same time, there is also significant…

2020-05-25 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Using AI to Detect Covid-19 Without Testing

AI picks four key indicative symptoms, fever isn’t one...