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EU hoping for a larger share of the semiconductor market with new ‘Chips Act’

By Ben Wodecki

Commission leaders desire to produce at least 20 percent of the world's semiconductors by 2030

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Cirrascale offers AI megachip from Cerebras as a cloud service

By Louis Stone

The $2 million AI compute box now available in the cloud

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How Ubisoft is using AI in game development

By Louis Stone

AI Business looks to La Forge and Test Automation for examples of how AI can help large video game publishers

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Dutch AI semiconductor startup Axelera secures $12m in a seed round

By Ben Wodecki

Its chips won't be available until 2022 but Axelera dreams of creating 'the world’s most efficient solutions for AI at the edge’

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Facebook is designing its own machine learning silicon

By Ben Wodecki

Plans to collaborate with chip experts like Intel and Qualcomm put to the wayside

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Arm China boss tries to break company away from chipmaker parent

By Ben Wodecki

Arm maintains ‘successful working relationship’ with rogue iteration

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Lenovo pitches ThinkEdge SE70 for AI processing at the edge, developed in collaboration with AWS

By Louis Stone

Primarily focused on computer vision applications

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Nvidia’s Arm purchase questioned by EU competition regulators

By Ben Wodecki

Chinese regulators haven’t even started the official processes

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Intel and Barcelona Supercomputing Center succeed in encrypting large neural networks

By Ben Wodecki

Say it was possible thanks to persistent memory

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DesignCon 2021: AI essential to drive chip speeds for next-gen devices

By AI Business

Senior Intel engineer Mike Lee outlines why AI as a tool is essential to Intel and other chip manufacturers

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Tesla AI day: Real chips, unreal robots

By Louis Stone

Spandex and silicon whipped out by tech's loudest billionaire

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The UK private sector is ready for AI – but lacks skilled personnel needed for adoption, a new report warns

By Ben Wodecki

Government should consider incentivizing job hunters to take up tech careers, authors suggest

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