Jan 16, 2018   |   Azadeh Yazdan

The Future of Retail is All About Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence is an engine that is poised to drive the future of retail to all-new destinations. We live in an era where a tremendous amount of data is being generated online and offline. However, access to larger datasets doesn’t lead to improved business results. The key to success is the ability to extract meaning…

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Jun 20, 2016   |   Scott Clark

Much Deeper, Much Faster: Deep Neural Network Optimization with SigOpt and Nervana Cloud

By: Scott Clark, Ian Dewancker, and Sathish Nagappan Tools like neon, Caffe, Theano, and TensorFlow make it easier than ever to build custom neural networks and to reproduce groundbreaking research. Current advancements in cloud-based platforms like the Nervana Cloud enable practitioners to seamlessly build, train, and deploy these powerful methods. Finding the best configurations of these deep nets and efficiently tuning their parameters, however, remains…

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May 01, 2018   |   Andres Rodriguez, Wei Li, Jason Ye, Rinat Rappoport, Eden Segal, Koichi Yamada, Niharika Maheshwari, Rong Zhang, Etay Meiri, Amit Bleiweiss, Zhiyuan Huang

Amazing Inference Performance with Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors

[bc playerid="4090876643001" videoid="5780439477001"] Over the past year, Intel has focused on optimizing popular deep learning frameworks and primitives for Intel® Xeon® processors.  Now, in addition to being a common platform for inference workloads, Intel Xeon Scalable processor (formerly codename Skylake-SP) is a competitive platform for both training and inference. Previously, deep learning training and inference…

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Jan 06, 2017   |   Yinyin Liu

Building Skip-Thought Vectors for Document Understanding

The idea of converting natural language processing (NLP) into a problem of vector space mathematics using deep learning models has been around since 2013. A word vector, from word2vec [1], uses a string of numbers to represent a word’s meaning as it relates to other words, or its context, through training. From a word vector,…

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Dec 08, 2016   |   Anthony Ndirango

End-to-End Speech Recognition with neon

By: Anthony Ndirango and Tyler Lee Speech is an intrinsically temporal signal. The information-bearing elements present in speech evolve over a multitude of timescales. The fine changes in air pressure at rates of hundreds to thousands of hertz convey information about the speakers, their location, and help us separate them from a noisy world. Slower changes in…

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May 24, 2018   |   Yurong Chen, Daniel Cobb

Analyzing and Understanding Visual Data

Currently, more than 75% of all internet traffic is visual (video/images). Total traffic is exploding, projected to jump from 1.2 zettabytes per year in 2016, to 3.3 zettabytes in 2021, and visual data will comprise roughly 2.6 zettabytes of that. A major challenge for applications is how to process and understand this visual data, a…

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Apr 30, 2018   |   Intel AI

Intel AI at The AI Conference in New York 2018

From car to cloud to edge to data center, Intel is powering AI today in organizations around the world.  Intel will demonstrate how it’s enabling organizations to take AI into their own hands at the Artificial Intelligence Conference in New York City. Intel will offer keynotes, a tutorial, sessions and several experiences and demos in…

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Mar 26, 2018   |   David Austin

A Titanic Win at Kaggle’s Iceberg Classifier Challenge

Recently, my teammate Weimin Wang and I competed in Kaggle’s Statoil/C-CORE Iceberg Classifier Challenge. The competition challenged participants to classify images acquired from C-band radar and was the most participated in image classification competition that Kaggle has ever hosted—so I’m very excited to announce that we won 1st place out of 3,343 teams! Now we’d…

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Dec 04, 2017   |   Jessica Rosenthal

Intel AI Showcased at Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS)

Today marks the beginning of the thirty-first annual conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS 2017), an interdisciplinary conference that brings together researchers in all aspects of neural and statistical information processing and computation, and their applications. The Intel AI team will be presenting publications and posters along with numerous workshops throughout the week.  …

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