Igor Carron, LightOn
A large aspect of the development in artificial intelligence in recent years has revolved around building and the very fast iteration on a diverse set of tasks that can be automated. This rapid development has been enabled in large part due to improvement in computational hardware and to a dynamic community involvement. However, some are beginning to see signs of an endgame for hardware performance improvement with a continuing need for ever more complex algorithms developments. In this talk, we will provide insights on using new physical phenomena to build new computational hardware and how to engage the AI community in this exciting adventure.
Recorded: 18 Jun 2019
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