US: To improve the society and the quality of our lives, Intel has joined hands with Partnership on AI. The alliance will help the organization and its fellow members use artificial intelligence (AI).
As deep learning and other AI methods are applied to hardware (silicon), Intel will play a critical role in assisting the future evolution of the technology.
Intel’s lead participant will be Dr. Yinyin Liu, Intel principal engineer and head of data science with the company’s AI Products Group (AIPG), which was formed in March.
Artificial Intelligence at Intel Yinyin and the broader data science team have been working with the AIPG data science team applying advanced deep learning methods such as natural language processing and computer vision to solve AI problems, helping customers to build solutions across numerous vertical industries.
As Intel has successfully done in previous waves of computational trends including personal and cloud computing, the company is rallying the industry around a set of standards for AI that promise to ultimately bring down costs and make AI more accessible to more people.
According to a report, Partnership on AI says, a group of 22 new members have joined the not-for-profit organisation. Out of these 22 companies, eight are for-profit companies, which includes companies like Intel, eBay, Sony and Salesforce; whereas the nonprofit organisations are the Electronic Frontier Foundation and UNICEF.