If there will be support for the ASIC chip through Matlab I might be interested.
Intel announced a range of machine learning software tools and hinted at new chips on Wednesday, including its first commercial AI ASIC, the NNP-L1000, launching in 2019. Naveen Rao, head of AI at Intel, kickstarted Chipzilla’s first AI developer conference, AIDevCon, in San Francisco. Rao was CEO and co-founder of Nervana, a …
and the first malware abusing the new hardware bugs will arrive in 2020, to be followed by Intel owning up to these hardware bugs sometime after 2030. I expect an exclusive report on this new brand of malware from El Reg a few months before Intel owns up.
"Increased memory and compute means that there is now an increased performance of 100x since its Haswell chip"
I have to say, I have trouble imagining a calculation where a Haswell would be 100x slower than a current *CPU* but a GPU wouldn't be very much faster. There are parallel calculations and there are serial ones. The former most definitely aren't best done on a CPU. The latter most definitely haven't seen a doubling of performance every 9 months or so in this decade.