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AI challenge pushes Microsoft further into chip development

AI features for phones and augmented reality goggles call for managing vast quantities of data
Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - 05:50

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A model wearing the Microsoft HoloLens goggles. Microsoft's new chip is under development and will be included  in the next version of HoloLens. This is one of the few times Microsoft is playing all roles (except manufacturing) in developing a new processor.

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TECH companies are keen to bring cool artificial intelligence (AI) features to phones and augmented reality goggles - the ability to show mechanics how to fix an engine, say, or tell tourists what they are seeing and hearing in their own language. But there's one big challenge: 

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