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Intel acquires Artificial Intelligence startup Nervana Systems

Intel Acquirs Nervana
Intel data center chief Diane Bryant, Nervana co-founders Naveen Rao, Arjun Bansal, Amir Khosrowshaki and Intel vice president Jason Waxman (left to right)

Intel in its latest acquisition, bags deep learning startup Nervana Systems. This would help Intel to expand its horizon in the filed of Artificial Intelligence. It has been estimated that Intel is paying more than $400M to complete this acquisition. (Src: Recode). With Nervana’s suite of technology soon becoming part of Intel’s portfolio, the company can now look forward into creating even more stable and powerful processors that run A.I. on board.

Nirvana Systems are working on to making of scalable Artificial Intelligence accessible techniques and enabling of disruptive new applications across a wide range of industry verticals. They use deep learning methods to develop and deploy high-accuracy solutions at a fraction of the cost of building our own infrastructure and data science team. Nirvana distinguish themselves from other machine learning platforms by way of enabling businesses to create and deploy robust, enterprise-grade deep learning solutions in contrast to other cloud-based machine learning platforms which are designed for hobbyists and researchers to broadly explore machine learning.

Machine learning is a subfield of computer science (more particularly soft computing and granular computing) that evolved from the study of pattern recognition and computational learning theory in artificial intelligence. The acquisition marks a takeoff for Intel and comes at a urgent minute. The organization has turned into the world’s biggest chip creator with a determined technique to make its x86 microchips the standard for running an immense swath of uses, from solitaire to monstrous finance frameworks. Nervana and different new companies trust profound learning requires completely new chip structures that work more like the human cerebrum—by handling a huge number of irregular bits of information to think of an understanding, as opposed to by running a calculation made by a developer. It appears that Intel has now closed one of the few gaps in their data-center product line and stands to better participate in the incredible growth the AI market.

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