China wants to make the chips that will add AI to any gadget

The AI boom offers Chinese chipmakers a chance to catch up after years of lagging behind. In an office at Tsinghua University in Beijing, a computer chip is crunching data from a nearby camera, looking for faces stored in a database. Seconds later, the same chip, called Thinker, is handling voice commands in Chinese. Thinker is designed to support neural networks. But what’s … http://bit.ly/2nvPt2c

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