AlphaICs is a leading fabless semiconductor company specializing in the design and development of best-in-class artificial intelligence (AI) co-processors that deliver high-performance AI computing on edge devices. AlphaICs' edge solutions encompass both inference and learning capabilities. The company's debut product, Gluon, is an 8 TOPS inference co-processor designed specifically for the video surveillance and analytics market, showcasing its commitment to driving innovation in AI-powered edge computing.
August 13, 2018
Vinod Dham, father of Pentium, takes on AI chips with agent-based AlphaICs
Everybody is taking a stab at designing artificial intelligence processors, or electronic chips that could become the brains of computers that act as if they were humans. The latest to tackle the task of designing AI chips is Vinod Dham, a former Intel executive known as the “father of the Pentium.”
June 21, 2018
Reinforcement Learning corrects for Deep Learning's blind spots- Future of AI
Deep Learning, the staple of AI was to usher in a world of Robots that would replace humans, with flawless performances. However the incident of the killing of female biker by Uber autonomous car in Arizona, US, put a brake on those dreams. Deep Learning has systemic limitations in data crunching. Reinforcement Learning which minimizes errors by Real Time learning is the new way forward for Artificial Intelligence and is expected to correct the short comings of Deep Learning.
May 1, 2018
New chip architectures for today’s AI
It seems that AI is now shifting into the hardware realm, specifically in the development of integrated circuits (ICs). I spoke recently with Nagendra Nagaraja and Prashant Trivedi, two of the founders of a deep technology start-up called AlphaICs, who are trying to revolutionize the design of ICs to...
The Economic Times
April 23, 2018
Many sub-unicorn Indian startups are finding niche global markets
Whether it was technology platforms or enterprise software-as-a-service solutions, Indian startups have grown from being copycats to service providers to now being innovators and thought leaders.