Intel Uses Chips Acquired in Deal With Startup to Drive Deep Learning

ENLARGE The Intel Corp. logo at Computex, Asia’s largest computer show, in Taipei in June. On Thursday, the chip maker said it would begin shipping chips developed by startup Nervana Systems in 2017 to boost the company’s products in the field of artificial intelligence known as deep learning. Photo: Ritchie B. Tongo/European Pressphoto Agency By Don Clark Don Clark The Wall Street Journal CANCEL Biography @donal888 www.facebook.com/DonClark Don.Clark@wsj.com Nov. 17, 2016 5:51 p.m. ET 0 COMMENTS SAN FRANCISCO— Intel Corp. to intensify its efforts in a hot new computing market, is taking the unusual step of relying on technology developed by a startup it acquired. The chip maker, determined to counter rival Nvidia Corp.’s lead in the field known as deep learning, said it would begin shipping chips in 2017…


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