Machine Learning is The Killer App for High Performance Computing | TOP500 Supercomputer Sites

Date: April 1, 2017 Published by

  • Currently, it’s selling at over $100 per share, primarily driven by the company’s rapid penetration into the expanding machine learning market.
  • In November 2015 when NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang proposed that “machine learning is high performance computing’s first killer app for consumers,” there was only sketchy evidence to back up that claim.
  • IBM, meanwhile, is exploring ways to combine physical and machine learning models to deliver more reliable weather predictions.
  • For example, Microsoft researchers have looked at using machine learning to provide accurate weather forecasts without the need for any meteorological simulations.
  • It likely that AI and machine learning will soon be integrated into all data analytics/big data applications as we know them today.