Developing AI is costly and time-consuming. Custom silicon can give companies an edge.
Startups in Germany, China, Israel, and elsewhere are following the path blazed by GPT-3—with local twists.
Synopsys, which sells software for designing semiconductors to dozens of companies, is adding artificial intelligence to its arsenal.
The findings emerged from an unusual contest to identify unfairness in algorithms, similar to hunts for security bugs.
Misogyny on the internet too often slips through the filters of content moderators. A new method hopes to inject more nuance into the process.
Copilot is pitched as a helpful aid to developers. But some programmers object to the blind copying of blocks of code used to train the algorithm.
Google, Nvidia, and others are training algorithms in the dark arts of designing semiconductors—some of which will be used to run artificial intelligence programs.