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Todd R. Weiss

SambaNova Adds Enterprise-Grade GPT Language Modeling to its Dataflow-As-a-Service Platform

October 20th, 2021 (0)
With demands for language modeling soaring, SambaNova Systems has integrated an enterprise-ready Generative Pre-trained Transformer (GPT) language model into its flagship Dataflow-as-a-Service extensible AI services platform with the aim of making it easier for enterprises to add the needed ...

Arm Says Its New Cloud-Enabled IoT Platform Carves 2 Years Off IoT Product Development

October 18th, 2021 (0)
As IoT has soared in adoption and use, the IoT development process has stubbornly fallen behind, still requiring up to five years between a product concept and its eventual development and release on the market. That is not helping ...

MosaicML Comes Out of Stealth Aiming to Make Machine Learning Training Cheaper, More Efficient

October 15th, 2021 (0)
With more and more enterprises turning to AI for a myriad of tasks, companies quickly find out that training AI models is expensive, difficult and time-consuming. Finding a new approach to deal with those cascading challenges is the aim ...

With $136M in Fresh Series C Funding, AI Chipmaker Hailo Aims to Grow Its Edge AI Products, Services

October 14th, 2021 (0)
Four years after launching its AI chip business for edge uses such as autonomous vehicles and IoT devices, Israel-based Hailo just secured another $136 million in Series C funding to help continue to grow the company. The latest funding ...

Major Tech, Financial Companies Pony Up $10M to Help Drive U.S. Cybersecurity Efforts

October 13th, 2021 (0)
Working together to bolster the security of open source software for enterprises in the U.S. and around the world, a group of technology and financial companies has amassed $10 million in new investments to raise their game, particularly in ...

Capt. Kirk Goes Back to Space Aboard New Shepard

October 13th, 2021 (0)
The first time I saw old, original “Star Trek” episodes, I thought the show was stupid. But that was then. Decades later, I came to appreciate the original “Star Trek” and its characters, adventures, its mission and its brilliance. ...

IBM Integrating AI to Help Enterprises See and Monitor Weather and Climate Impacts and Risks

October 12th, 2021 (0)
As destructive global warming trends continue to dramatically affect businesses around the world, IBM is bringing together AI data, weather data and climate risk analytics to give enterprises hardier tools to prepare for and respond to changing environmental conditions ...

AI Modeling Reinvented: It’s Time to Shift to Better Data, Rather Than Just Building Better Models

October 8th, 2021 (0)
For several years, AI model building has been centered on creating better models to further push the envelope of increased performance and broader AI capabilities in enterprise computing and research. But new approaches may be needed, including a dramatic, ...

Run:AI Looks to Bring 100% GPU Utilization to its AI-Focused Compute Orchestration Platform

October 6th, 2021 (0)
One of the biggest challenges in AI development is to efficiently allocate and utilize the available power and performance of GPUs that are crunching AI models. Running those workloads on GPUs is expensive and companies want to make the ...

GlobalFoundries Has Started Its IPO Process – Now What?

October 5th, 2021 (0)
Since July, semiconductor maker GlobalFoundries has been the subject of rumors and news reports that said the company was the takeover target of market leader Intel Corp. or that it might be pursuing an IPO. Well, while no Intel ...
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