On February 2, 2020, Intel announced a major update to the Intel ProSet software package, adding machine learning support to the software to allow users to analyze and segment data in real time and then take action based on this analysis. It’s a new way in that is changing the way that data analysis is achieved.
On May 2, 2020, the news emerged that Intel ProSet 2020 version 7.1 was released with support for machine learning (ML) software. What that means is that, due to some recent research, machines can now analyze data and make decisions in real time, giving users the freedom to not only take action based on the results, but also see what others are thinking and take positive action.
While Machine learning isn’t new to Microsoft or Intel, they are using machine learning to do some unique things with their product lines. However, Intel and Microsoft are making major strides with their implementation in the new version of the Intel ProSet software which allows these innovations to be possible. For example, this feature was added to the CPU suite to allow users to create custom heat spreaders and work together on tasks.
Machine learning could also be used in areas other than machine learning. For example, if one was designing a robot body control system for a particular task, instead of creating something new like a completely new body control algorithm, perhaps a bodycontrolML module could be added. It would take a different approach, but could be helpful in many situations.
This isn’t a list of all the reasons why machine-learning could be so useful, or why it’s important to Intel, but a discussion of how the new features are being implemented, implemented at an Intel level and what role machine-learning plays in it. New blog: How did we get here? A series of articles that explain how machine-learning went from being just theoretical to being a huge business asset over the past decade.