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Monday, May 7, 2018

from w
At its annual Build conference today, Microsoft is pitching an AI strategy that's different from its competitors': While companies like Google and Facebook race to invent their own server chips customized for machine learning, and build the AI projects to run on top of them, Microsoft thinks this could prevent them from moving as fast as they will need to.
Microsoft, on the other hand, has a plan to run AI programs on chips called FPGAs (Field-Programmable Gate Array). These chips are designed to be reprogrammed as new forms of software develop. Microsoft’s FPGA-powered cloud service for image-recognition projects is already being put to interesting use: Nestle’s health care division will use it to analyze patients’ photos to diagnose the severity of their acne—and recommend and monitor the appropriate treatment. And because of their FPGAs, Microsoft says customers like Nestle can process a million images for 21 cents at the blistering speed of 1.8 millisecond per image. They claim that's better than any competing cloud service can offer, though that claim has yet to be tested. “Some companies are already buying into Microsoft’s vision,” writes senior business reporter Tom Simonite. “Microsoft will suggest companies with big AI ambitions should steer clear of chips like Google’s. It says machine learning is evolving so fast that it doesn’t make sense to burn today’s ideas permanently into silicon chips that could soon prove limiting or obsolete.”
Also: Self-driving cars head to Texas, ecologists take lessons from memes, and everything you should expect from Google’s I/O developer conference this year.

Texas Gets Its First Self-Driving Car Service

Silicon Valley's is starting a pilot program to ferry office workers around a small area of Frisco, with vehicles that can "chat" with passers-by.

What Ecologists Can Learn From Memes

Some scientists are studying YouTube comments and trying to do their part for the world—by going viral.

At Google I/O 2018, Expect All AI All the Time

Artificial intelligence will be the thread that weaves together all the announcements at Google's annual developer conference, which starts Tuesday.

Microsoft Charts Its Own Path on Artificial Intelligence

Google and Facebook are building custom chips for AI. Microsoft is using Intel chips that can be reprogrammed for different uses.

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