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A Deep Dive Into AI Chip Arithmetic Engines

By Sergio Marchese, Technical Marketing, OneSpin

Tesla’s autopilot chip executes 72-trillion additions and multiplications per second: It better get the math right...

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) is steadily progressing toward advanced, high-value applications that will have a profound impact on our society. Automobiles that can drive themselves are perhaps the most talked about, imminent technological revolution, but there are many more applications of AI.

AI software, such as a neural network (NN) implementing a machine learning (ML) or deep learning (DL) algorithm, requires high-performance “artificial brains,” or hardware, to run on. Computer vision is fundamental to many complex, safety-critical decision-making processes.


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