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Intel Nervana is a neural network processor to accelerate AI

October 20, 2017

Via: TechSpot

With market projections showing that artificial and cognitive intelligence technologies could become a $46 billion industry by 2020, Intel remains devoted to AI. Planning to ship the Intel Nervana Neural Network Processor (NNP) before year’s end, the next generation of […]


Operating systems, Others

Cyanogen changes lanes from Android OS development to self-driving tech

October 19, 2017

Via: The Next Web

Exactly a year ago, Cyngn (formerly Cyanogen) announced that it will discontinue its own flavor of Android, which powered phones from numerous international brands, and focus on a Modular OS that’s easier for manufacturers to integrate. As it turns out, […]


iOS, Operating systems, Others

Google is buying the heart of HTC’s smartphone division for $1.1 billion

September 21, 2017

Via: BGR

Google and HTC have announced a $1.1 billion cooperation agreement between the two companies, which will send a large part of HTC’s smartphone engineering team to Google, in addition to granting the internet giant a license to use HTC’s patent […]


Operating systems, Others

How cloud serves as the foundation of AI

September 20, 2017

Via: InfoWorld

As companies migrate to and run operations in the cloud, leaders are looking to the next horizon: innovating from the cloud with artificial intelligence (AI). Cloud is the underlying platform with the data storage capacity and massive processing capability that […]


Operating systems, Others

The benefits and dangers of AI in personal finance

September 20, 2017

Via: InfoWorld

Artificial intelligence (AI) is starting to become commonplace throughout our lives. It powers the search engines we use to find new information, automated machines (including emerging autonomous vehicles), and even medical diagnoses. But one of the most promising areas for […]


Operating systems, Others, Software Security

Mind-reading AI is the newest defense against cyber attacks

September 11, 2017

Via: The Next Web

Ransomware has been disastrous for businesses and individuals alike, with recent attacks like WannaCry costing companies millions, and personal attacks threatening private data. We’re all at risk. Criminals are holding data and information hostage using tools that require almost no skill, and […]


Operating systems, Others

Alexa for the Enterprise? Not Yet, but It’s Coming

September 9, 2017

Via: Information Week

Voice technology is nothing new. Bell Labs began experimenting with it as early as 1952 with its Audrey system. Yet because of numerous complexities, such as limited lexicons, difficulty distinguishing voices and/or accents, speed of translation, and high costs, the […]


Operating systems, Others

When big data meets innovation: cognitive platforms

September 6, 2017

Via: InfoWorld

For the longest time, the structure of a typical business application remained the same. Implementation details could vary, but the solution invariably consisted of the front end, the business logic, and the data management layer. We started with monolithic applications […]


Operating systems, Others

How artificial intelligence is revolutionizing customer management

September 5, 2017

Via: The Next Web

A few years back, cloud computing transformed customer management, giving every small and medium business access to unified data and communication platforms without the need to make heavy investments in IT infrastructure and staff. This time around, the next revolution […]


Operating systems, Others

10 Linux distributions for developers

July 12, 2017

Via: InfoWorld

Linux distributions geared toward casual desktop users are important, but developers also need to use Linux. Developers have different needs than other users, so certain distributions can be better than others for development purposes. But which distros are well suited […]