Applied Materials Puts Spotlight on Sustainable AI at the 50th Annual SEMICON West
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Applied Materials: The Honorable Al Gorein Conversation with Heather Clancyof GreenBiz.com Applied MaterialsCEO Gary Dickersonon Sustainable AI
- Bending the Climate Curve: Enabling Sustainable Growth of Big Data, AI and Cloud Computing with Experts from Arm, Google, Intel, Microsoft, UC Santa Barbara, VMware and
At the same time, there are questions about the environmental impact of digitalization, particularly the energy consumed by data centers and the computing resources needed to train powerful AI models. Without improvements in technology, will Big Data and AI add to the world’s challenges? Or can digitalization bend the climate curve? What actions can the semiconductor and computing industry take to improve efficiency and consume fewer resources?
Addressing these issues and more will be keynotes and a panel presented by
Rob Aitken, R&D Fellow, Arm
Samantha Alt, Cloud Solution Architect, Intel
Nicola Peill-Moelter, Director of Sustainability Innovation, VMware
- Moe Tanabian, General Manager – Intelligent Devices, Microsoft
Ellie Yieh, Vice President of Advanced Product Technology Development, Applied Materials
Cliff Young, Software Engineer, Google
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Source: Applied Materials, Inc.