Secret start-up working on next-gen chip

A few key makers of Google’s Tensor Processing Unit or TPU, the organization’s most hidden AI ventures, have left to join a stealth begin up.Known just as Groq Inc., the start-up is framed by Chamath Palihapitiya, one of Silicon Valley’s most conspicuous and frank youthful wander speculators, CNBC reported.Groq is a start-up in stealth mode thought to take a shot at a TPU. The company’s site given no subtle elements with the exception of several SEC filings from October and December demonstrating that the organization raised $10.3 million.

“We’re truly amped up for Groq,” Mr Palihapitiya wrote in an email. “It’s too soon to talk specifics, however we think what they’re building could turn into a central building hinder for the up and coming era of computing.”The organization now has eight of the initial 10 individuals from the TPU group “constructing a cutting edge chip,” Mr Palihapitiya said.

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