There is quite some activity in the AI sector with specialized chip developments and 'standard' GPUs. Intel already acquired Nervana and Movidius. Google has its TPU, and IBM its neuromorphic chip, TrueNorth. Other AI chip efforts include Mobileye (the company is being bought by Intel), Graphcore, BrainChip, TeraDeep, KnuEdge, Wave Computing, and Horizon Robotics. In addition, there are several well-publicized and respected projects like NeuRAM3, P-Neuro, SpiNNaker, Eyeriss, and krtkl going after different parts of the market. https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/05/10/why_ai_means_the_end_of_cpudominated_computing/
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