Intel and the American Red Cross Use AI for Disaster Preparedness

The American Red Cross and Intel are using artificial intelligence technology (2nd generation Xeon Scalable processors with DL Boost) to put vulnerable populations on the map. According to the Red Cross and its Missing Maps project, disasters affect nearly 200 million people around the world.

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MLOps Productionalization

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