Tag Archives: machine learning

Mellanox Joins OpenCAPI and GenZ Consortiums, and Continues to Drive CCIX Consortium Specification Development

This week, Mellanox was part of three press releases that announced the formation of two new standardization consortiums – OpenCAPI and GenZ, as well as progress update by the CCIX (Cache Coherent Interconnect for Accelerators) consortium. These new open standards demonstrates an industry wide collaborative effort and the needs to enable open, flexible and standard […]

How-old.net and the Driving Forces behind the Age of Machine Learning

I am on a business trip and had dinner with a few coworkers last night. During dinner, one of them proudly pulled out his smartphone and bragged about how young how-old.net thinks he is. Indeed, the age that how-old.net spat out was about 2/3 of his real age.   Of course, he had to take […]

Mellanox Enables Machine Learning at Baidu

A soon to be released film, CHAPPiE, tackles the subject matter of artificial intelligence with an experimental robot built and designed to learn and feel.  In the near future, crime is patrolled by an oppressive mechanized police force. When one police droid, CHAPPiE, is stolen and given new programming, he becomes the first robot with […]