DeepScale argues AI chips and sensor systems should come with DNNs optimized for the application. It will fundamentally change how companies buy AI technology.
While Cerebras is building the largest chip ever, other vendors are looking to see how they can disaggregate the larger dies.
Artificial intelligence, which allows computers to learn and perform specific tasks such as image recognition and natural language processing, is loosely inspired by the human brain.
Cerebras will describe at Hot Chips the world's largest chip, a wafer-scale device aimed at unseating Nvidia's dominance in training neural networks.
Potential to create AI-ready wide-angle footage with embedded contextual data.
The two have pulled away from would-be rivals, but at what cost?