How Two University Students are Building an AI Chat Bot Using TensorFlow and oneAPI

December 1st, 2022 | | 30:23
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Parallel programming models are often used on large scale systems, with huge datasets and a large amount of obvious parallelism. In this podcast, Tony talks to two university students that are building a chat bot using consumer hardware and standard frameworks like TensorFlow and oneAPI. They use TensorFlow to enable their AI model and SYCL to optimize various parts of their data pipeline.

They also talk about the Intel Student Ambassador program, Intel Discord, and how Josh and Harvey became part of the Intel social community.

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Gavin AI Chat Bot




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Intel Student Ambassador Program

Intel Discord

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Joshua Shiells – Student @ University of Kent
Harvey Johnson – Student @ University of Nottingham

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