Japan: New startups seek to challenge dominance of world’s biggest chip maker
12 February, 2023 | Pragati Singh
AI replaces people in the job, a Japanese firm is attempting to challenge the supremacy of the world's largest chip producer.
According to NHK World, as AI replaces people in the job, a Japanese firm is attempting to challenge the supremacy of the world’s largest chip producer, NVIDIA. Machines are replacing people in the workplace. Startups are changing the game by replacing humans with artificial intelligence. The company was spotted applying artificial intelligence for harvesting.
Preferred Networks is a new startup firm that is combining software and hardware to make automobiles, robots, and other things more intelligent. The world becomes computable through real-time sensing of the physical world by making gadgets clever enough to adapt to constantly changing settings and situations.
Preferred Networks is putting pressure on NVIDIA, the world leader in Artificial Intelligence computing. NVIDIA’s work in artificial intelligence and the metaverse is revolutionising the world’s major industries and having a significant influence on society. Preferred Networks defeated NVIDIA to become a three-time World Champion in the Green 500 Supercomputer rating of computing power per watt.
Preferred Networks CEO Nishikawa Toru stated, “We got a really big boost from becoming the world no. 1. We are small but I believe that we can develop a strategy to enable us to create outstanding processes. this flexibility is the strength of startups. The company is now working on an even faster chip as it continues to challenge the tech giants both at home and abroad,” as per NHK World.