The problem, according to Peddie, isn't so much the hardware as it is the software. Nvidia has a special language called CUDA, first developed by Stanford professor Ian Buck, who is now head of Nvidia's AI efforts.
“The City routinely works with a range of organizations that represent the various voices of the community and we look forward to working with individuals and organizations on this committee” said Ian Buck director of development services.
Good grief, tell your senators to oppose this bill!
Ajit Pai's FCC is awful. The San Francisco law that landlords cannot block ISPs from offering service to their tenants should be adopted Nationwide, not preempted.
"In terms of China, I think they've clearly stated that they have a domestic accelerator and processor strategy that they will pursue, and that’s clearly what they are doing," Buck said.
"I/O was king. The compute was very thin. If you looked at those servers, there was the cheapest, simplest CPUs, a decent amount of memory and a ton of flash storage or even disk with lots of I/O. It was an I/O-driven-centric data center."
You don't need a parachute to skydive; you just need a parachute to skydive twice.
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