Abstract: Generative AI and large language models have transformative potential for nearly every industry and enterprise. However, building the models that power generative AI applications on your own with traditional cloud or datacenter systems is complex and costly; using third party services is expensive and compromises data security, IP, method, and model ownership.
With Cerebras Systems, customers can build or customize large language and generative AI models specific to their business application quickly and easily with complete data security and full ownership of the model.
In this talk, Dr Andy Hock from Cerebras Systems will describe their revolutionary AI compute platform and services, with a focus on relevant customer use cases, model development methods, datasets, and example results from real world applications.
This talk is aimed at data science and AI/ML research practitioners, and business leaders / AI strategists alike. The audience will leave with a view into some of the latest GPT genAI models, datasets, methods, and real-world business use cases, as well as insight into Cerebras’ revolutionary AI computing platform and GPT/LLM development services to transform data and AI initiatives into industry-leading generative AI solutions.
Attendees will learn about some of the most recent generative large language models, datasets, methods, and enterprise use cases. Attendees will also learn about Cerebras’ unique AI computing platform and model development services as an alternative to traditional systems and third party chat-type AI services. Cerebras’ systems are programmed with open source programming tools like PyTorch and Python; this talk will also reference and describe some of Cerebras’ data and model contributions to the open source genAI community like SlimPajama, BTLM-3B-8K, and Jais.
Bio: Andy Hock is VP of Product Management at Cerebras Systems. Andy was the Senior Director of Advanced Technologies at Skybox Imaging, makers of high-resolution satellites, when the company was purchased by Google in 2014 for $500M. After the acquisition, he continued on as Product Manager at Google before joining the team at Cerebras. Prior to Skybox, Andy was the Senior Program Manager, business development lead and a Senior Scientist for Arete Associates. He holds a PhD in Geophysics and Space Physics from UCLA.