This Week in HPC

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Watson Builds a Smarter Movie Trailer and Facebook A.I. Runs Amok

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman discuss the highs and lows of artificial intelligence this week as IBM and Facebook make waves.

ARM Unveils Supercomputing Design and IBM Talks up Power9

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman dissect the HPC news from the Hot Chips symposium.

Knights Mill, Machine Learning and Silicon Photonics; News From the Intel Developer Forum

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman review the biggest HPC news of the week and the announcements coming out of the Intel Developer Forum.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise to Acquire SGI: An Interview With HPE's Bill Mannel

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman welcome Bill Mannel of HPE to talk about the company's acquisition of SGI.

Moore’s Law Coming Back in 3D and Cray Revenue Goes Up in Smoke

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman discuss Cray's disappointing quarterly earnings and a report offering a new path to the continuation of Moore's Law.

New Startup Targets Machine Learning, and Trends in HPC Software

Addison Snell and Chris Willard discuss machine learning from Wave Computing, plus three new research reports from Intersect360 Research.

Japanese Conglomerate to Aquire ARM and Silicon Valley Slams Trump

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman have differing opinions on the potential impact of SoftBank's move to acquire ARM but agree with Silicon Valley leadership that Trump is a potential catastrophe for the tech industry.

What Brexit Means for High Performance Computing

Addison Snell discusses the potential ramifications of Brexit on the HPC industry with special guest Andrew Jones, HPC Consulting Team Leader at Numerical Algorithms Group.

Moore's Law Gets a Hearing and Petaflop Club Ups Its Membership

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman wrap up their thoughts about ISC16 with an analysis of the direction of HPC post Moore's Law, and consider the newest members of the Petaflop club.

10th Anniversary of Intel Threaded Building Blocks with Special Guest James Reinders

Addison Snell welcomes HPC and parallel computing expert James Reinders to discuss Intel's Threaded Building Blocks on its tenth anniversary.