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Intel spokesman announced information at the WSJD Live globe technology conference about cognitive and artificial intelligence technology.


 
They think these systems will offer tremendous market opportunity and are on a trajectory to reach $46 billion in industry revenue by 2020.
 
“ Intel will ship the industry’s first silicon form neural network processing before end of this year.  This revolutionize AI computing across myriad industries is promising.  Using Intel Nervana technology, companies will be able to develop entirely new classes of AI applications that maximize the amount of data processed and enable customers to find greater insights-transforming their businesses, including: 
 
-Health care: AI will allow for earlier diagnosis and greater accuracy, helping to make the impossible possible by a advancing research on cancer, Parkinson’s disease and other brain disorder.
 
-Social media: Providers will be able to deliver more personalized experience to their customers and offer more targeted reach to their advertisers.
 
-Automotive: the accelerated learning delivered in this new platform brings us another step closer to putting autonomous vehicles on the road. 
 
-Weather: Consider the immense data required to understand movement, wind speeds, water temperatures and other factors that decide a hurricane’s path. Having a processor that takes better advantage of data inputs could improve predictions on how subtle climate shifts may increase hurricanes in Different geographies.
 
According to Intel, the multiple generations of Intel Nervana NNP products in the pipeline that will deliver higher performance and enable new levels of scalability for AI Models. Intel believes they will achieve greater AI performance by 2020.




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