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Reports: Amazon is developing an AI chip and has acquired a low-energy chip maker Inc. may be doubling down on its efforts to develop chip technology in-house with reports that it has started to develop its own artificial intelligence chip and has acquired a security camera company that has designed a low-energy chip that can be used in internet-of-things devices. On the AI front, The Information, citing a person familiar […] The post Reports: Amazon is developing an AI chip and has acquired a low-energy chip maker appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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