Intel releases its first AI chip
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Never mind that Nervana smells like a 10 nanometer Ice Lake processor 

Intel unveiled its latest processor that will be its first using artificial intelligence (AI) and is designed for large computing centres.

Apple's former boss leaves in search of intelligence
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Joins Microsoft's AI unit

Bill Stasior, the former head of Apple's Siri division, is leaving the company after nearly a decade to join Microsoft's artificial intelligence division.

Largest AI chip ever built
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1.2 trillion transistors

New artificial intelligence company Cerebras Systems is unveiling the largest semiconductor chip ever built.

Duke of Edinburgh AI developed
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This AI code "looks like it has been made by an Indian"

An Indian based company has been flogging an AI-assisted app development platform which does not use AI and is powered by Indians. The Duke of Edinburgh, the consort to Queen Elizabeth II, once famously said: “It looks as if it was put in by an Indian”, pointing to an old fashioned fuse box on a factory trip to Edinburgh.

TSMC jumps in to save Moore’s Law
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2500 mm2 interposer and 5nm N5P EUV to the rescue

Usually, it is Intel which talks about Moore’s Law, but this time our long-time industry friend Godfrey Cheng at TSMC talked about potential and the future of the world’s finest manufacturing facility.