Intel delivers computer, networking, and communication platforms to a broad set of customers, including cloud and communications service providers, ODMs, OEMs, and industrial, communications, and automotive equipment manufacturers. The company operates through seven business segments: Client Computing Group, Data Center Group, Internet of Things Group, Non-volatile Memory Solutions Group, Intel Security Group, Programmable Solutions Group, and others. Intel has strengthened its artificial intelligence division by acquiring Saffron Technologies and Nervana Systems. The company aims to make AI technology easily available through several open data exchanges and initiatives Request
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Intel is the developer of a wide range of AI hardware solutions and platforms. The company has created Deep Learning Inference Accelerator (DLIA), an integrated hardware solution, as well as software frameworks and libraries like the Intel Math Kernel Library for Deep Neural Networks (MKL-DNN). Caffe is another solution that simplifies the neural-network acceleration for image processing applications. In recent years, the company has diverted its focus away from product innovation in the transportation segment; however, Intel has a strong brand image in this segment through its collaborations with big OEMs like the BMW Group