We hear a lot about artificial intelligence (AI) these days. The mentions are typically delivered in acronym salads that include machine learning (ML), deep neural nets (DNNs) and the other various NNs (convolutional – CNNs, recurrent – RNNs, etc.), and a pile of other technologies. Many of these are accessible only to specialists; the rest of us nod our heads sagely, pretending to understand, hoping no one calls us out.
But at this year’s Linley Spring Processor Conference, Linley Gwennap did a keynote that looked at many of the technological vectors … Read More → "Fundamental AI Concepts"