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Intel bets big on its datacenter business and AI in 2017

Soumik Ghosh & Shraddha Singh | Dec. 13, 2016
Prakash Mallya, Head–Datacenter Group (Asia) shares Intel’s vision for the datacenter market, and explains the company’s foray into AI.

Nervana is pretty similar. Their Neon framework is very similar to our philosophy. The more people that can take advantage of the framework and write on the basis of standard APIs in any vertical, then the industry benefits. If you make it proprietary, who can take advantage of it?

And if you look at the AI story, it's going to be a bunch of different companies that don't even exist today. We're just at the starting point of the artificial intelligence journey.

You don't yet have autonomous driving. You don't yet have smart energy. You don't yet have so many other services that can be enabled with smart network. Once that happens, the amount of data that is going to come in is going to be order of magnitude higher.

We've also had to make sure that the legacy systems needed to be integrated too. And only when you have open source, you can bring the new and old age systems together.


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