Machine learning: the new nirvana for FPGAs?

That’s the view of a significant number of players in the ML game, anyway. Even discounting the fact that this opinion is largely heard from companies with FPGAs to sell, it has gained enough traction that it has to be taken seriously;  Microsoft has based its entire Azure business strategy on FPGA-accelerated servers and Americo-Chinese company DeePhi, recently acquired by ...

Peter McGuinness

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