Arteris IP's Kurt Shuler, Vice President of Marketing, authored this article in Semiconductor Engineering about Artificial Intelligence (AI), and asks what is hype and what is reality?
AI: Where's The Money?
March 7th, 2019 - By Kurt Shuler
What the market for AI hardware might look like in 2025.
A one-time technology outcast, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has come a long way. Now there's groundswell of interest and investment in products and technologies to deliver his performance visual recognition, matching or besting human skills. We're overwhelmed by possibilities, but what is often less clear is where the money is really going. What is aspiration, what is hype and what is reality?
There are multiple ways to slice this question, such as dividing by applications or implementation choices. At Arteris IP, we have a unique view because our interconnect technology is used in many custom AI designs which, as we’ll see, are likely to dominate the space. Combining this view with recent McKinsey analyses provides some interesting and, in some cases, surprising insights.
Bottom line: AI is big, but there is no such thing as a “standard AI chip.” Optimal chip architectures differ according to the types of functions that must be executed, where they must be performed, and within what amount of time and power budget.
For more information on AI, please click on the Arteris FlexNoC AI Package webpage: http://www.arteris.com/flexnoc-ai-package.
To read the entire article on the SemiEngineering page, please click here: https://semiengineering.com/ai-wheres-the-money/