Artificial Intelligence Enables a Data Revolution
With Intel technology, artificial intelligence helps businesses accelerate solutions, automate operations, and gather better insights to make smarter decisions.
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Artificial intelligence promises to transform society on the scale of the industrial, technical, and digital revolutions before it. Machines that can sense, reason, and act will accelerate solutions to large-scale problems in myriad of fields, including science, finance, medicine and education, augmenting human capability and helping us to go further, farther, faster. Buoyed by Moore’s Law and fed by a deluge of data, AI is at the heart of much of today’s technical innovation.
Today, typical machine learning processes are labor and compute intensive. We are helping compress the innovation cycle, with a range of purpose-built solutions to drive AI innovation. A flexible portfolio of technologies is enabling data scientists to build more advanced AI solutions and stimulate new idea exploration.
Naveen Rao, VP and General Manager, Artificial Intelligence Products Group, shares how his team uses Intel technology for machine learning that takes a cue from the human brain.
Today, isolated data stores, complex tools, and a small talent pool limit access to AI. In response, Intel has committed to democratize AI innovation, leading the charge for open data exchanges and initiatives. The Intel® Nervana™ AI Academy program was created to increase accessibility to data, tools, training, and intelligent machines for a broad community of developers, academics, and start-ups. The goal is to meet these diverse needs and help take AI to the next level.
AI is transforming society at scale, from creating smarter cities to making our roads safer and our online world more secure. We are making critical investments and engaging with government, business, and industry thought-leaders to ensure we can all plan and benefit from this progress.
Michelle DeLaune, SVP/COO at NCMEC, talks about their Intel partnership to save the world's missing and exploited children.