Thursday, September 28, 2023

Intel Pushes Geti and Openvino Efforts to Advance AI and Computer Vision

By ET Bureau - September 28, 2022 1 Mins Read


Chipmaker giant Intel has revealed details about its push into computer vision with its Intel Geti platform and OpenVINO toolkit software for AI deep learning and inference, at the Intel Innovation 2022 event.

Intel has been developing its own computer vision platform under the codename Sonoma Creek. By utilizing Intel hardware and software, Intel hopes to hasten the adoption of computer vision through Geti. Users can load data, annotate it, train and retrain models using the user interface that Geti offers.

At the event, the company also announced the release of OpenVINO 2022.2, which adds support for Intel GPU Flex Series data center processors that were introduced at the end of August.

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