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Intel releases OpenVINO: allows developers to easily model AI models on the Internet of things.

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2018/5/17 10:03:30     readed:44

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In an interview with foreign media ZDNet, Intel executives Adam Burns said: "building intelligence is not just an architecture." OpenVINO provides a set of optimized capabilities and runtime engines that can be allowed.DevelopmentPeople run their own models on the architecture, whether FPGA, high efficiency VPU or other choices can meet developer's needs.

Intel said the global Internet of things market is developing rapidly, and the important driving force is the deployment of AI graphics applications. Burn said that storing less data is the long-term demand of enterprises. In the first quarter of this year, Intel's Internet of things business grew by 17% compared to the same period last year, and realized the income of $840 million.

OpenVINO is likely to expand to various markets in the future, including businesses, retail, energy and healthcare. Burns says it has tried various uses, such as Dahua, which has already used it to create smart cities and traffic solutions, and GE HealthCare uses it for medical imaging. Other cooperative companies also include AgentVi, Amazon Web Services, Dell and Honeywell..

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