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Los Angeles, Microsoft Unveil New AI Chatbot Project

The city of Los Angeles’ newest IT employee is an as-yet unsung chatbot hero incorporating AI, who has assisted more than 180 people in...

Carnegie Mellon AI beats top poker pros

Libratus, an AI developed by Carnegie Mellon University, has defeated four of the world’s best professional poker players in a marathon 120,000 hands of...

Beyond Silicon: Squeezing More Out of Chips with AI

Ali Farhadi holds a puny $5 computer, called a Raspberry Pi, comfortably in his palm and exults that his team of researchers has managed...

Brain Inspired IBM Chip TrueNorth Shows Deep Learning Inference Possible in...

Scientists at IBM Research – Almaden have demonstrated that the TrueNorth brain-inspired computer chip, with its 1 million neurons and 256 million synapses, can...

Intel Abandoning Mobile – Looks to Reset

The world’s biggest chip maker says it’s time to start building computers differently—and it wants to sell the new hardware technologies needed to do...

NVIDIA Could Be the Intel of AI

Ritholtz Wealth Management CEO and co-founder Josh Brown discussed what he called 'the most important company that we almost never discuss,' on today's CNBC's 'Fast...

Nvidia Unveils New Titan X Graphics Card

Speaking at a gathering of deep learning experts at Stanford University, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang confirmed that the company will be launching a new...

Inside Facebook’s AI Engine Room

Access Facebook from the western half of North America and there’s a good chance your data will be pulled from a computer cooled by...

Nvidia Remains in Driver’s Seat With Focus on Machine Learning

Nvidia (NVDA)  is enjoying a solid ride, fueled by its focus on niche technologies.  The Santa Clara, Calif.-based chipmaker still has room to run. Shares...

Qualcomm is enabling more AI on your smartphone

The benefits of machine learning continue to trickle down to smartphones and gadgets, and chipmaker Qualcomm wants to help speed up the process. The...