AI Hardware Summit
The AI Hardware Summit is the first and only conference dedicated solely to the ecosystem developing hardware accelerators for neural networks and computer vision.
Join 250+ senior technology leaders from AI chip start-ups, semiconductor companies, system vendors/OEMs, data centers, end users, financial services, investors and fund managers, to build a comprehensive architectural roadmap of the emerging AI chip market.
Take advantage of unique networking opportunities to meet key industry leaders 1-2-1, whilst also exploring:
- Innovations and Optimizations of High-Performance Chip Architectures: GPUs, ASICs and TPUs, FPGAs...
- Alternative Approaches: hybrid digital/analog computing, neuromorphics and neuromemristive systems, quantum computing.
- The Role of Software: assistance software, software frameworks, ecosystems, and applications. Generating user-friendly native code and linking open source machine learning frameworks like TensorFlow and Caffe.
- Industry Developments: Start-up and Corporate RandD, Venture Capital and Corporate Venture Capital investment trends, strategic acquisitions and partnerships.
Forecasts predict that the AI (chipsets) market is expected to grow from USD 7.06 Billion in 2018 to USD 59.26 Billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 35.5% from 2018 to 2025 (Business Wire, 2018), the chip market is no longer standing still. As we approach a paradigm shift in computing, there is little doubt that a combination of the processing units currently in development will accelerate AI research and development, far beyond the capabilities of current platforms. There is need for sharing knowledge on the best way to turn this shift into an opportunity and roadmap the future ahead.
Time: 08:00 to 17:00
Category: Conferences | Engineering and Technology | Artificial Intelligence (AI)
PRIMARY MARKET - SEMICONDUCTOR COMPANIES, AI CHIP START-UPS, OEMS, DATA CENTERS, ENTERPRISE - Early bird until July 20, 2018: USD 1499.0,
PRIMARY MARKET - SEMICONDUCTOR COMPANIES, AI CHIP START-UPS, OEMS, DATA CENTERS, ENTERPRISE - Standard rate: USD 1699.0,
FINANCIAL SERVICES and INVESTORS - Early bird until July 20, 2018: USD 1999.0,
FINANCIAL SERVICES and INVESTORS - Early bird until July 20, 2018 - Standard rate: USD 2199.0
Speakers: Kushagra Vaid, GM and Distinguished Engineer, Azure Infrastructure, Microsoft, Andrew Feldman, Co-Founder and CEO, Cerebras Systems, Mohammad Rastegari, CTO, Xnor.AI, Chris Nicol, Co-Founder and CTO, Wave Computing, Dr. Kai Yu, Co-founder and CEO, Horizon Robotics Inc., Victoria Rege, Head of Strategic Partnerships, Graphcore, Yi Shan, CTO and Partner, DeePhi, Kunle Olukotun, Chief Technologist and Co-founder, SambaNova Systems, Lin Yang, Co-Founder and Chief Scientist, GyrFalcon Technology, Tapabrata Ghosh, Founder and CEO, Vathys, Richard Terrill, VP/Operations, ThinCI, Alexandra Wright- Gladstein, Co-Founder and CEO, Ayar Labs, Handol Kim, General Manager, Quadrant AI Business Unit, D-Wave Systems, Gordon Hirsch-Wilson, Co-Founder and CEO, RAIN Neuromorphics, Mike B. Henry, Founder and CEO, Mythic, Brett Simpson, Partner and Co-Founder, Arete Research, Reza Zadeh, Founder and CEO, Matroid, Anush Mohandass, Vice President, Business Development, NetSpeed Systems, Cliff Young, Software Engineer, Google Brain, Yangqing Jia, Director, AI Infrastructure, Facebook, Gary Brotman, Head of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Product Management, Qualcomm, Liam Madden, Senior Vice President Hard and Systems Product Development, Xilinx, Wei Li, VP and General Manager, Machine Learning and Translation, Intel, Ian Bratt, Distinguished Engineer and Director of Technology, ARM, Ian Buck, VP / General Manager, Tesla Data Center Business, NVIDIA, Sumit Gupta VP, AI, Machine Learning, and HPC, IBM, Junli Gu, Vice President of Autonomous Driving, Xiaopeng Motors, Karl Freund, Senior Analyst, Machine Learning and HPC, Moor Insights and Strategy, Cade Metz, Technology Correspondent, New York Times, Larry Chao, Partner, Silicon Catalyst, Rashmi Gopinath, Partner, M12 (Microsoft Ventures), Michael P. Stewart, Ph.D. Principal, Applied Ventures
|Event Date: ||18 September 2018 - 19 September 2018
||Contact Person: ||Stephanie Wright
|Venue: ||Computer History Museum, 1401 North Shoreline Boulevard, Mountain View, 94043
|Country: ||United States
Registration Website: http://go.evvnt.com/243078-1?pid=4870
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