Google’s Edge TPU Machine Learning Chip Helps In Automating Quality Control For IoT Applications

  The pioneer in the internet-related services and products: Google has unveiled a new tensor processing unit (TPU) called Edge TPU at the Google Cloud Next conference in San Francisco. The novel chip is designed to run TensorFlow Lite machine learning models on the Internet of Things-based (IoT-based) devices.     Two years ago, Google launched its TPU, a specialized chip that performs simplified tasks of artificial intelligence (AI). However, the newly-launched Edge TPU is carefully designed to carry out the so-called “inference tasks”, which is the part of machine…

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Global artificial intelligence chip market to grow at a CAGR of 45.4% from 2018 to 2025

Global AI chip industry is driven by the development of smart cities, rise in demand for smart homes, and emergence of quantum computing.   Portland, Oregon – Allied Market Research (AMR), a research firm based in Portland, has published a report titled, Artificial Intelligence Chip Market – Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018–2025. As per the report, the global artificial intelligence (AI) chip market garnered a revenue of $4.5 billion in 2017, and is expected to reach $91.1 billion by 2025, registering a CAGR of 45.4% from 2018 to…

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Former Senior Director of Content Acquisition at Google Joins Blockchain-Powered Gaming Distribution Platform Ultra

  Ex-Partnership and Strategy Advisor to Ultra, Edward Moalem, appointed as its new Chief Strategy Officer Cupertino, California — July 25, 2018 — Ultra, the Estonian-based company building a first-class PC game publishing platform and marketplace, has announced the appointment of Edward Moalem as Chief Strategy Officer (CSO). He previously served on Ultra’s advisory board as its Partnership and Strategy Advisor since January 2018.     Commenting on the company’s growth trajectory, Moalem said, “Ultra is the preeminent gaming publisher and is making gaming fun again. The company has strong…

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How Blockchain could kill Netflix

Video and movie distribution has seen its share of disruption. Videos stores like Blockbuster was disrupted by Netflix and now even Google and Amazon are streaming video content. Blockchain technology, powered by nodes of peer-to-peer computers around the world, is on the rise.   Can we expect decentralized entertainment applications built on blockchain to replace streaming services like Netflix or Amazon?   Blockchain has the power to fundamentally disrupt the entertainment industry because it brings out a completely new, decentralized model for content distribution.   In a decentralized world, no…

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Celebrities and Presidents buy Fake Twitter Followers with Bitcoin

A New York Times investigation made this shocking discovery: Meet Jessica Rychly, a Minnesota teenager with a broad smile and wavy hair. She is a normal teenager on Facebook or Twitter, she sometimes and occasionally, like many teenagers, she posts a duck-face selfie.       But on Twitter, there is a version of Jessica that promoted accounts hawking Canadian real estate investments, cryptocurrency and a radio station in Ghana. The fake Jessica also followed or retweeted accounts using Arabic and Indonesian, languages the real Jessica does not speak and…

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LiveTree launches exciting ICO to disrupt and decentralize Hollywood and the Mass Media

LiveTree is an established, socially responsible crowdfunding company based in London, UK. Over the last two years, it has captured 5% of the UK crowdfunding market (in the film and content category) and forged partnerships with several leading names in entertainment, including the British Film Institute Future Film, the Screen Arts Institute, Red Rock Entertainment and 20 independent organizations. LiveTree has compiled a contact directory of 14,000 entertainment suppliers and thousands of individuals who work across film, TV and content.   Having established a unique, successful and sustainable crowdfunding model2…

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