Microsoft sends a new kind of AI processor into the cloud

Microsoft rose to dominance during the ’80s and ’90s thanks to the success of its Windows operating system running on Intel’s processors, a cosy relationship nicknamed “Wintel”. Now Microsoft hopes that another another hardware–software combo will help it recapture that success—and catch rivals Amazon and Google in the race to …

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Is AI in a golden age or on the verge of a new winter?

The global rush forward of AI development continues at a breakneck pace and shows no signs of stopping. Stanford University recently called on the U.S. government to make a $120 billion investment in the nation’s AI ecosystem over the course of the next 10 years, and reports from France show …

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Kickstarting a Stagnant Company

When done right, it’s hard to identify when your company moves from one growth stage to another. The transition should be seamless and can seem to flow naturally as the company grows. When you’re a business leader, however, it’s clear that this evolution rarely (if ever) happens on its own. …

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Become a LEED Building With the Help of IoT

Illustration: © IoT For All The progress made toward green and sustainable buildings over the last decade has been remarkable. Today, there are high-rises that catch and reuse rainwater and produce and store ice for cooling, have wind turbines built into the design, and use recycled cooking oil from nearby …

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Employee Spotlight: Ali Ajemian

WordStream has some impressive employees in our ranks: from industry influencers to marathon runners, from analysts to authors. The Employee Spotlight series aims to highlight the talented individuals who work here. Each month, we’ll be featuring an interview here on the blog and on our social accounts. For this month’s …

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