The chip maker also introduced the next generation Movidius Vision Processing Unit, whose updated computer vision architecture promises more than 10 times higher performance, reportedly managing performance six times better than its competitors. These claims are not yet true in the real world, but it's safe to assume that anyone who relies on Intel AI technology will want to give that vision a shot.
You'll have to be patient with the Movidius chip when it won't ship sometime in the first half of 2020. This can be a big leap for AI, at least among companies that don't rely on competitors like NVIDIA. Intel has warned that the use of top-level AI may require productivity to double every 3.5 months ̵