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Why Do We Need New Hardware & Software for Machine Intelligence?

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Victoria Rege and Scott Griffiths from Graphcore will give a talk on Graphcore’s technology and hardware design for machine intelligence.

Victoria Rege, Head of Research Partnerships, Graphcore

Victoria has over a decade of experience in the semiconductor space. She currently heads up Strategic Partnerships at Graphcore, working with key customers and leading Research & Universities AI engagements. Previously she held several leadership positions at NVIDIA from global alliances, product marketing and campaigns to the founding of the GPU Technology Conference. Prior to joining NVIDIA , Victoria worked in the hedge fund space, as Executive Director for the Hedge Fund Business Operations Association. Victoria is a frequent contributor to ACM SIGGRAPH and is AR, MR & VR Chair for the SIGGRAPH 2019 Conference. She’s also an active member of the Consumer Technology Association’s AI Working Group.

Scott Griffiths, Applications Engineer, Graphcore

Scott studied physics at the universities of Manchester and Southampton and completed a Ph.D. in theoretical high-energy physics in 1999. He has worked in a variety of roles as a software engineer since then, specialising in video compression and computer vision in a couple of successful Bristol start-ups. Since joining Graphcore last year he’s been working on applications to showcase their new processor for accelerating machine intelligence.

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