A year further into the nascent AI chip industry, the AI Hardware Summit returns to the Computer History Museum in Mt. View, California, September 17-18. This year, the agenda features an opening luminary keynote from John L. Hennessy, Chairman of Alphabet, Inc. and Turing Award laureate, titled ‘The End of Moore’s Law, CPUs (as we know them), and the Rise of Domain Specific Architectures’, as well as presentations from investment luminary keynote speaker Lip-Bu Tan, CEO Cadence Design Systems and Chairman of Walden International and a featured keynote from Naveen Rao, CVP & GM, Artificial Intelligence, Products Group, Intel.
A marked difference from last year is the increased focus on the ‘end users’ of AI chips, with enterprises such as Microsoft, Facebook, Dell, IBM, Panasonic, Medallia and a host of autonomous vehicle companies presenting on their AI hardware deployments and requirements. Topics to be covered include: whole stack optimization of AI, architectural innovations in AI hardware, deployment of new AI hardware in server and client computing and the impact of AI on storage, memory and networking.
The summit prides itself on defining the AI hardware industry for the next 12 months and guarantee’s key announcements which will affect the landscape. With a capacity of only 500 and fewer than 300 tickets remaining, we encourage you to secure your ticket asap. Subscribers of Tractica also benefit from a 10% discount. Simply quote TRACTICA10 when booking online.