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Esperanto has announced more details at Hot Chips about its much-anticipated AI accelerator designed for power-efficient inference processing. Founded by Dave Ditzel, a co-inventor of RISC and founder and CEO of Transmeta, Esperanto initially received a lot of attention back in 2017 in association with its work with Facebook and RISC-V open source CPU. Since then, the company has been quietly heads-down, designing and implementing a completely new form of AI acceleration silicon using those RISC-V cores. To get the company to the next level, the board has brought in Art Swift, formerly with Transmeta, MIPS, and Wave Computing, as CEO.

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