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Using Artificial Intelligence to Morph a Personal Computer into a Personalized Computer
Vinesh Sukumar (Director - Strategic Architecture & Planning , Intel)
Location: Room 210
Date: Wednesday, August 28
Time: 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Track: ESC - Advanced Technologies
Format: Technical Session
Vault Recording: TBD
Historically, we have always viewed PC machines to be dumb devices with the expectation that it performs tasks on command. With the introduction of Artificial Intelligence, can we change this norm? the answer is yes with adaptive intelligence, but the definition of this intelligence varies by form factor and associated experiences.
This session is firstly expected to give an inside view on how inferencing on client devices is expected to be enabled using the right HW/SW combo — general-purpose or custom accelerators. Secondly, we morph inferencing to become more adaptive based on “learning by experience” which lays the foundation for personalization. Obviously, enabling adaptive intelligence has its own challenges – How is this expected to be tackled will be briefly discussed.
Finally, is the industry moving toward benchmarking this new experience – Does it even exist or does it have to created?