inside HPC | January 25, 2019 | by Staff
In this Intel Chip Chat podcast, Dr. Pradeep Dubey, Intel Fellow and director of its Parallel Computing Lab, explains why it makes sense for the HPC and Ai to come together and how Intel is supporting this convergence.
“AI developers tend to be data scientists, focused on deriving intelligence and insights from massive amounts of digital data, rather than typical HPC programmers with deep system programming skills. Because Intel architecture serves as the foundation for both AI and HPC workloads, Intel is uniquely positioned to drive their convergence. Its technologies and products span processing, memory, and networking at ever-increasing levels of power and scalability.”
Pradeep Dubey is an Intel Fellow and Director of Parallel Computing Lab (PCL), part of Intel Labs. His research focus is computer architectures to efficiently handle new compute- and data-intensive application paradigms for the future computing environment. He holds over 36 patents, has published over 100 technical papers, won the Intel Achievement Award in 2012 for Breakthrough Parallel Computing Research, and was honored with Outstanding Electrical and Computer Engineer Award from Purdue University in 2014.