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GPT Announces New Developments in Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) at HSA ... - Artificial Intelligence Online

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IP Cores Designed for HSA Historically GPT has developed IP specifically for the China market. The company recently announced a range of new IP licensing offerings along with an enhanced geographical licensing program. With the company-wide adoption of HSA standards, GPT now licenses IP worldwide. All GPT processors include HSA support and the company is now offering world-class HSA-enabled processors to its customers. The HSA enabled IP core which is sampling now in silicon is a first implementation of GPT's 3-in-1 Unity architecture designed for multidimensional signal processing including image and video processing.


Google kills off the Captcha, ensuring humans don't need to see the most annoying thing on the internet

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Google just killed the Captcha, perhaps the most obstructive thing on the entire internet. For years, Captcha served as the primary way of telling humans and robots apart on the internet. It made sure that the person looking to access a website was actually a human being – ensuring that robots couldn't be used to send spam or flood a website with requests, for instance. But over time, robots have gradually become too clever for the often simple tests – which early on required people to transcribe hard-to-read text. With that, the technologies have become more complex, too.


Morning roundup of Artificial Intelligence news for October 8, 2016

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Star Trek got it right: In the future, we'll use computers by talking to them. Artificial intelligence will open the door to ever-more devastating attacks - but the most effective ones may be the most subtle, Darktrace's Dave Palmer says.China Photos/Getty Images Computational sustainability is a new interdisciplinary research field with the overarching goal of developing computational models, methods, and tools to help manage the balance between environmental, economic, and societal needs for a sustainable future. I will provide examples of computational sustainability problems, ranging from wildlife conservation and biodiversity, to poverty mitigation, to materials discovery for renewable energy materials. Technology # In the AI wars, Google wants to change the world one'Pixel' at a time By ECONOMICTIMES.COM Updated: 8 Oct, 2016, 11:50 hrs IST VIEW IN APP Hardware devices launched by Google are beads of pearl strung together by their A.I. powered technology running on clouds. By Sreeraman Thiagarajan Since Steve Jobs' version of Macintosh the one that was'the computer for the rest of us', to today's iPhone7, hardware devices are the strategy and cloud is a tactic at App...


Honda Chooses Tokyo over Silicon Valley for AI Research Center

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Honda Motor Co. will spearhead its artificial intelligence efforts out of a new lab in Tokyo so that researchers can work closely with its engineers to commercialize the technology. Honda, based in Tokyo, will start the R&D center next year and combine existing AI teams in Silicon Valley, Europe and Japan at the downtown location, according to Yoshiyuki Matsumoto, president of the automaker's largely independent research arm. Advances in artificial intelligence are sprouting like "bamboo shoots after rain," so it's time to find commercial uses for the technology by marrying research with Japan's traditional strength in hardware, Matsumoto said. "We won't make much difference if we did the same things as everyone else in Silicon Valley. And not everyone has succeeded there."


Honda picks Tokyo over Silicon Valley for AI research center

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Honda Motor Co. will spearhead its artificial intelligence efforts out of a new lab in Tokyo so that researchers can work closely with its engineers to commercialize the technology. Honda, based in Tokyo, will start the r&d center next year and combine existing AI teams in Silicon Valley, Europe and Japan at the downtown location, according to Yoshiyuki Matsumoto, president of the automaker's largely independent research arm. In choosing Tokyo over Silicon Valley, the carmaker is betting closer interaction between its scientists and developers will lead to AI-enabled products consumers want, he said in an interview. Advances in artificial intelligence are sprouting like "bamboo shoots after rain," so it's time to find commercial uses for the technology by marrying research with Japan's traditional strength in hardware, Matsumoto said. "We won't make much difference if we did the same things as everyone else in Silicon Valley.