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This dispute is over ten years old. According to Reuters, Shanghai Zhizhen Intelligent Network Technology Co., Ltd., also known as Xiao-I, has slapped Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) with a $1.43 billion lawsuit. The Chinese company alleges that Apple violated a voice recognition patent owned by it.
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Developed at Intel’s facility in Haifa, Israel, the new chip Nervana NNP-I, a.k.a. Springhill targets the future situation of “AI everywhere.”
Intel designed its latest processor for large computing centers and AI applications. Based on a 10 nm Ice Lake processor, it can take up high workloads with low consumption of energy.
Goldman Sachs and Ping An lead $ 72.5 million funding round in AI firm H2O.ai
Wells Fargo, NVIDIA and Nexus Venture Partners also made repeat investments in the India-based artificial intelligence startup
With the latest Series D funding round, H2O.ai has raised a cumulative amount of $ 147 million. Other investors include Barclays, Capital One, New York Life, Walton River Wood, and Transamerica.
Cerebras Systems, the hitherto stealth mode AI start-up, has come out swinging with its Cerebras Wafer-Scale Engine (WSE), the largest chip ever built
“56x larger than any other chip, the WSE delivers more compute, more memory, and more communication bandwidth. This enables AI research at previously-impossible speeds and scale,” the company says on its website.
Dexai Robotics addresses the labor shortage in the restaurant industry by developing AI-powered robotics for commercial kitchens. It raised $5.5 million in a seed round led by Hyperplane Venture Capital.
New investors in the startup included Rho Capital, Harlem Capital, Contour Venture Partners, and NextView Ventures.