Stanford Seminar – Enabling NLP, Machine Learning, & Few-Shot Learning using Associative Processing
Avidan Akerib, VP Associative Computing Business Unit, GSI Technology
EE380: Computer Systems Colloquium Seminar
Enabling NLP, Machine Learning, and Few-Shot Learning using Associative Processing
Speaker: Avidan Akerib, VP Associative Computing Business Unit, GSI Technology
This presentation details a fully programmable, associative, content-based, compute in-memory architecture that changes the concept of computing from serial data processing–where data is moved back and forth between the processor and memory–to massive parallel data processing, compute, and search directly in-place.
This associative processing unit (APU) can be used in many machine learning applications, one-shot/few-shot learning, convolutional neural networks, recommender systems and data mining tasks such as prediction, classification, and clustering.
Additionally, the architecture is well-suited to processing large corpora and can be applied to Question Answering (QA) and various NLP tasks such as language translation. The architecture can embed long documents and compute in-place any type of memory network and answer complex questions in O(1).
About the Speaker:
Dr. Avidan Akeribs is VP of GSI Technology’s Associative Computing Business Unit. He has over 30 years of experience in parallel computing and In-Place Associative Computing. He has over 25 Granted Patents related to parallel and in-memory associative computing. Dr. Akeribs has a PhD in Applied mathematics & Computer Science from the Weismann Instiitute of Science, Israel.His specialties are Computational Memory, Associative Processing, Parallel Algorithms, and Machine Learning.