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End users who are not schooled in hardware can often default to, “just give me something that works.” David Liu, Staff AI Engineer, Strategy & Vision for Data Science and AI Products at Intel, understands this thinking but also believes that end users can be educated on the advantages of configuring their computer hardware to suit their specific needs.
David advocates for using the right hardware for a given task—and that may mean different configurations and/or different machines for different tasks, rather than a one-size-fits-all solution.
David and host Peter Wang also discuss:
The need for more education and resources around hardware performance
Intel’s Optane technology and the possibilities it creates
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