Google Brain director Jeff Dean was asked about how the company is using artificial intelligence to improve its internal development of custom chips to accelerate its software. He said that deep learning techniques of artificial intelligence can in some instances make better judgments than humans about how to design circuitry in a chip.
Recently, Google unveiled to the world one of those research projects, named Apollo, in a document posted on the arXiv file server, Apollo ‘Transferable Architecture’.
Apollo depicts an engaging development that moves past what Dean mentioned in his formal address a year ago at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference.
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