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At the RISC-V Summit today, Art Swift, CEO of Esperanto Technologies, announced a new, RISC-V based chip aimed at machine learning and containing nearly 1,100 low-power cores based on the open-source RISC-V architecture.

Esperanto Technologies, headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., with other sites across the U.S. and Europe, was created in 2014 “with the goal of making RISC-V the architecture of choice for compute-intensive applications such as AI and machine learning.” Swift traced the history of the new chip back to 2017, when Dave Ditzel – the founder and chairman of Esperanto – laid out the vision for Esperanto at the seventh RISC-V workshop.


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