How AMD Seeks to Match Intel and Nvidia in Machine Learning

Advanced Micro Devices unveiled a new line of computer graphics cards on Monday, aimed at catching up to competitors in the nascent market for artificial intelligence and machine learning tasks. AMD’s Radeon Instinct line won’t be pitched to video gamers who run Assassin’s Creed on an ultra high-definition screen. Rather, the target market is companies, research labs, and cloud computing platforms that want to analyze big data sets and train computers to perform tasks like image recognition and financial fraud detection. Nvidia has dominated the machine learning market so far, followed by Intel. AMD’s new cards will try to match the performance of competitors on such specialized tasks. The company will also need to match Intel intc and Nvidia nvda on software compatibility, which can be just as important for…


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