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Intel unveils Nervana Neural Net L-1000 for best AI training

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Intel unveils Nervana Neural Net L-1000 for accelerated AI training

Intel today reported plans to release Nirvana Neural Net L-1000, codenamed Spring Crest, to make it simpler for engineers to test and convey AI models. Intel first presented the Neural Network Processor (NNP) group of chips the previous fall. Spring Crest will be 3-4 times faster than Lake Crest, its first NNP chip, said Intel VP and general supervisor of the AI item gather Naveen Rao.

The Nirvana Neural Net L-1000 will Intel’s first business NNP chip and will make extensively accessible in late 2019. The news was reported today at Intel’s first-historically speaking AI Dev Con being held at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco.

“We additionally will bolster bfloat16, a numerical configuration embraced industrywide for neural systems, in the Intel Nirvana NNP-L1000. After some time, Intel will broaden bfloat16 bolster over our AI product offerings, including Intel Xeon processors and Intel FPGAs. This is a piece of a durable and complete procedure to convey driving AI preparing capacities to our silicon portfolio,” Rao said in a statement.

The new expansion to the Neural Network Processor group of chips takes after the rollout of AI Core, a circuit board with Movidius Myriad 2 Vision Processing Unit to give makers on-gadget machine learning. This takes after the arrival of the Neural Compute Stick with comparative power.

Lately, Intel has found a way to develop its quality among clients inspired by the multiplying number of utilizations of AI.

Expanding upon its Computer Vision SDK, a week ago Intel released OpenVINO, a structure for visual AI at the edge, and Movidius, a PC vision startup acquired by Intel in 2016, will be utilized as a part of 8 million independent autos.

Prior this month, Microsoft announced Project Brainwave in a preview for increasing speed of profound neural system preparing and sending fueled by Intel’s Stratix 10, a field programmable door exhibit (FPGA) chip.

As organizations like Nvidia and ARM garner notorieties for realistic handling units (GPUs) enhanced for picture preparing and organizations like Google make particular chips for AI, Intel has said to have fallen behind with slower broad CPU chips.

Intel officials and accomplices spent a significant part of the morning featuring upgrades to the Xeon CPU chip — like a 3x execution help when working with TensorFlow — and contending that since a great part of the world’s server farms keep running on Intel handling, Xeon still does most of the preparation and arrangement of the vast majority of the world’s AI.

Additionally declared today: The Intel AI Lab intends to open-source its regular dialect preparing the library.

Source: VentureBeat

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