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Intel’s Autonomous-Car Company Is Selling Safety First - Bloomberg
Mobileye sells its chips to auto suppliers for about $55 each—you’ll pay around $1,000 at the dealership for the full system—and they’re already on the road in 27 million cars worldwide. This uniquely broad distribution was one advantage Intel Corp. gained when it bought Mobileye last year for about $15 billion. The deal marked the biggest-ever acquisition in Israel, and a significant departure for the American chipmaker, which folded its old driverless car division into Mobileye. “We’re going to do what it takes to win,” says Intel CEO Brian Krzanich.
automotive  robots  recognition  ai  stats 
3 hours ago by dancall
Free Online Course on AI
This is a free online course on AI. I'm submitting it here so that I can come back to it and do some research on how AI works.
AI  Online  Course  School  Lessons 
3 hours ago by rod
AI and Compute
We’re releasing an analysis showing that since 2012, the amount of compute used in the largest AI training runs has been increasing exponentially with a 3.5 month-doubling time (by comparison, Moore’s Law had an 18-month doubling period). Since 2012, this metric has grown by more than 300,000x (an 18-month doubling period would yield only a 12x increase). Improvements in compute have been a key component of AI progress, so as long as this trend continues, it’s worth preparing for the implications of systems far outside today’s capabilities.
ai  recognition  technology  stats 
3 hours ago by dancall
Google Duplex: Weitere Details über Googles Anrufassistenten -
Es gibt weitere Details zu Google Duplex. Sobald Duplex einen Anruf durchführt, soll sich der Google Assistant als solcher identifizieren. Zudem wird der Anrufer darüber
google  ai 
4 hours ago by andreaskoch

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