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Big World, Big Data

Data Centers, RISC-V and AI Cooled Data Centers

“You can have data without information, but you cannot have information without data.” – Daniel Keys Moran

What do RISC-V, data center innovation and artificial intelligence have in common? This week’s podcast of course! Zvonimir Bandic (Western Digital) joins us to discuss how the RISC-V open architecture can inspire innovation in the world of data centers and neural networks. Alexander Redkin (Syntacore) and I chat about Syntacore’s custom RISC-V processor IP and the details of their open source SDK. To wrap things up, we take a closer look at how Google is using it’s DeepMind AI platform to cool data centers around the world. (Spoiler alert: DeepMind has taken over completely!)

 

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