By 2020, not only will there be approximately 3.5 networked devices and connections for every person on the planet, a whopping 47% of these devices and connections will be machine-to-machine.
That’s a mere two years away, and it underscores massive development opportunities in artificial intelligence—the next big technology wave.
But what does it really mean? And how can developers and technologists take advantage of this sea change?
Join Intel’s Wei Li for a 1-hour breakdown to help answer the questions, including:
- where we are and where we’re going.
- why Intel is uniquely positioned to fuel the AI transformation
- what Intel and industry analysts are predicting
- how developers can leverage Intel’s end-to-end software and hardware portfolio to deliver full-spectrum AI solutions
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