Intel Facilitating New Workloads by Democratizing HPC – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 502

November 29th, 2016 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Dr. Figen Ulgen, General Manager, High Performance Computing Platform Software & Cloud at Intel, joins us to discuss artificial intelligence workloads that are emerging as a result of greater access to high performance computing. Noting that “wherever there is computational complexity, HPC can help,” Dr. Ulgen talks about the ways that technologies like voice recognition and natural language processing are growing more sophisticated as compute power increases. Dr. Ulgen additionally highlights Intel’s work with the OpenHPC based Intel HPC Orchestrator, which promises to be an important step forward in making HPC more accessible to a broader array of customers.

To learn more about Intel HPC Orchestrator, please visit:
intel.com/hpcorchestrator

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