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New AI chips emulate the brain

As reported previously, (see here) (and here) Israel is the global leader for developing super-fast and Artificially Intelligent microprocessors. Now, researchers at Israel’s Technion Institute and Israeli chipmaker Towerjazz have integrated memory plus computing ability, to emulate the brain. https://www.timesofisrael.com/all-in-one-chips-seen-boosting-computer-power-for-artificial-intelligence-needs/ … Continue reading

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AI chips are now even faster

I reported previously (18th Nov) on the Artificial Intelligent microprocessors developed by Israel’s Habana Labs. Habana has launched its Gaudi AI Training Processor. Training systems using the new processor will be up to four times faster than those built with … Continue reading

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Chips for AI systems

Israel’s NeuroBlade develops processors for artificial intelligence applications such as autonomous vehicles, video analysis, and image recognition. They are smaller and cheaper to manufacture than the current industry standard. NeuroBlade has just raised $23 million of funds, backed by Intel. … Continue reading

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Nano-chips help treat Alzheimer’s

Neural growth factor proteins can limit damage from Alzheimer’s disease but are normally blocked by the Blood Brain Barrier. Scientists at Israel’s Technion Institute and Bar-Ilan University have developed nanoscale silicon chips that deliver these proteins directly to the target … Continue reading

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Intel’s new Israeli processors have AI

I only recently reported (13h May) that Intel Haifa had launched its 9th generation of microprocessors. Intel is now shipping its 10th generation chips – code named “Ice Lake” and again developed by their Israeli team. Intel says it will … Continue reading

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Six Israeli AI startups are most promising

CB Insights’ 2019 list of the 100 Most Innovative Artificial Intelligence Startups includes six Israeli companies previously featured in this newsletter – Habana Labs (see here), BioCatch (here), Nexar (here), Taranis (here), Anodot (here) and LawGeex (here). https://www.cbinsights.com/research/artificial-intelligence-top-startups/#global

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Artificially Intelligent microchips

Israel’s Habana Labs uses artificial intelligence to improve performance of microprocessor chips and lower their costs and power consumption. The processors are aimed at the specific needs of training deep neural networks. Habana has just received $75 million of funding, … Continue reading

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Hyundai connects with Autotalks

Korea’s Hyundai Motor and Israel’s Autotalks (see here) are partnering to develop the next generation V2X chipset for connected cars.  V2X (Vehicle to external systems) technology improves vehicle and road safety, mobility and is vital for autonomous driving. https://www.hyundai.com/worldwide/en/about-hyundai/news-room/news/hyundai-motor-company-invests-in-autotalks-to-develop-connectivity-technology-for-increased-road-safety-0000016004

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More investment in Israeli Wi-Fi chips

Tens of millions of Wi-Fi chipsets from Israel’s Celeno are used by service providers in home gateways, routers and set-top boxes to deliver Wi-Fi speed, coverage and reliability. (See here) Celeno has just raised $38 million to fund R&D and … Continue reading

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Better microchips

Israeli startup Optimal+ analyzes the production processes of semiconductor manufacturers. By processing “big data” Optimal+ can make big cost savings. Optimal(plus) has just raised $42 million to fund its rapid growth plans. http://www.optimalplus.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Optimal+-Raises-42-Million-Growth-Round-Led-By-KKR.pdf

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