Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Microsoft’s AI chip teaches HoloLens how to understand you

Microsoft presented HoloLens 2.0 on Sunday at an event in Hawaii. The company, known mostly for its software, revealed the newest iteration of its AR headset would contain a Microsoft-made AI co-processor. This marked the company’s entry into the design and manufacture AI chip-sets. Microsoft designed its new AI chip to handle complex speech and gesture interactions specifically for HoloLens 2.0. Google has its own AI chips, designed to train and administrate neural networks. The AI race is that serious: companies that make billions on software are cranking out silicon chips in-house now. You can bet that Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and…

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