&'Big Data is over' Ian Buck, Vice President of Accelerated Computing, NVIDIA Click To Tweet
Ian Buck, Vice President of Accelerated Computing at NVIDIA is out guest today. Many listeners have heard about NVIDIA and associate them with fast graphics, typically for gamers. Well, Ian Buck got his PhD. From Stanford by writing about new ways to speed up processing. During the discussion you will hear how he articulates how the CPU has reached it limits – Moore’s law has reached the end of the road.
The solution to gaining more speed in analyzing big data is to take advantage of the power of Graphics Processing Units (GPU). Kind of hard to argue with Ian, especially if he has studied with the famous Dr. Pat Hanrahan of Pixar fame.
In the interview, Ian Buck argues persuasively how this new approach will impact artificial learning (AI). Unstructured data that is provide by millions of new sensors can only be handled with new approaches, especially uniting combinations of GPSs. Today, some will argue that the GPU has become the heart of AI and machine learning.
For example, Ian talks about speed of a response that an autonomous vehicle needs. Decisions must be made in thousandths of a second. Ian further elaborates on speed’s impact on continuous integration and deployment.