What is the Carbon Footprint of AI and Deep Learning?

Most of the recent breakthroughs in Artificial Intelligence are driven by data and computation. What is essentially missing is the energy cost. Most large AI networks require huge number of training data to ensure accuracy. However, these accuracy improvements depend on the availability of exceptionally large computational resources. The larger the computation resource, the more energy it consumes. This […]
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Deductive AI and SQL Server

Watson, IBM’s poster child for artificial intelligence, could not have been built using a single type of AI technology. This is hardly surprising. The intelligence needed to understand a question can differ quite dramatically from the intelligence needed to answer it. Indeed, upon understanding a question it takes intelligence to know what techniques are most […]
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