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Deep Learning Chip Market Overview:
Deep learning is a sub-set of machine learning, which is a sub-set of artificial intelligence (AI) that is achieved to perform tasks related to AI. Deep learning works as a brain, which has been penetrating in several industries around the world. This technology is achieved with software, such as computer vision, voice recognition, speech synthesis, machine translation, game playing, drug discovery, and robotics. Deep learning chips are specialized Silicon chips, which incorporate AI and machine learning technology.

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Emergence of quantum computing and enhanced implementation of deep learning chips in robotics drive the growth of the global deep learning chip market considerably. In addition, emergence of autonomous robotics-robots that develop and control themselves autonomously-is anticipated to provide potential growth opportunities for the market. However, dearth of skilled workforce is one of the major restraints of the market. Most of the tasks, such as testing, bug fixing, cloud implementation, and others, are taken over by deep learning chips; however, delivery of such tasks lacks essential skillsets.

The major companies profiled in the report include AMD (Advanced Micro Devices), Google, Inc., Intel Corporation, NVIDIA, Baidu, Bitmain Technologies, Qualcomm, Amazon, Xilinx, and Samsung.

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The global deep learning chipset market is segmented based on chip type, industry vertical, technology, and geography. By chip type, the market is categorized into graphics processing unit (GPU), application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC), field-programmable gate array (FPGA), central processing unit (CPU), and others. System-on-chip, system-in-package, multi-chip module, and others are the technologies taken into consideration. The industry verticals taken into account in the study include media & advertising, BFSI, IT & telecom, retail, healthcare, automotive & transportation, and others.