AI Articles and Analysis in Tech
Edge AI, also known as edge intelligence, is a term that refers to the convergence of two dynamic technological trends: edge computing and Artificial Intelligence. In today's tech landscape, the proliferation of mobile devices and advancements in communication technologies have fueled the rise of edge computing, which focuses on processing data at the network edge.
Traditionally, responsible AI management practices are not just a matter of theoretical ethics debates but a practical matter of compliance. Financial sectors are highly regulated and monitored to ensure the safety and security of consumers and the overall economy. Many of those regulations are written so that responsible management practices are meant to avoid penalties.
NVIDIA is a multinational company known for its computing hardware, especially its graphics processing units (GPUs) and systems on chip units (SoCs) for mobile devices. The company went public on January 22, 1999.
Intel was founded in 1968 by Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore, who had previously been among the founders of Fairchild Semiconductors. Today, Intel employs over 121,000 people worldwide. In its 2021 annual report, the company reported revenues of $79 billion. As of 2022, Intel trades on the Nasdaq (Symbol: INTC) with a market cap that exceeds $178 billion.
The company that would become eBay was founded as a sole proprietorship under the name AuctionWeb in September 1995 by Pierre Omidyar. The company changed its name to eBay in September 1997. The company reports selling just over $7 million in goods before being a California-registered corporation in May 1996.
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