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By Tom Hackenberg 28 Apr 2020
Moore’s Law may not be dead, but at 55 years old, it’s certainly feeling its age, with the pace of semiconductor manufacturing advancement decelerating in recent years.
By Mark Beccue 02 Apr 2020
With the global retail industry facing intensifying headwinds from online rivals and the virtual elimination of footfall traffic in the wake of COVID-19, stores increasingly are turning to artificial intelligence (AI) software to enhance their efficiency, helping drive nearly an eightfold rise in sales of such software by 2025.
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23 Mar 2020
When college students head back to school this fall, most will bring along a laptop to take notes in class, a desktop computer to do homework in their dorm rooms, a smartphone to stay in constant communication, a TV that connects to the internet, and a couple of gaming devices just for fun.
By Aditya Kaul 20 Feb 2020
While the media frets about computer superintelligences potentially usurping the human race, the general public is just as concerned about a more immediate issue related to artificial intelligence (AI): the prospect that AI will have a negative impact on personal data and privacy.
By Aditya Kaul 31 Jan 2020
The ubiquitous presence of AI across CES in some sense made the technology lose its meaning, as most of the exhibits were repetitions from previous years or half-baked concepts.
30 Jan 2020
The rise of artificial intelligence has been instrumental in drastically raising accuracy levels to meet market demands.
By Luca De Ambroggi 29 Jan 2020
The global market for memory and processing semiconductors used in artificial intelligence (AI) applications will soar to $128.9 billion in 2025, three times the $42.8 billion total in 2019, according to Omdia.
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