Upcoming Events

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Location: Virtual
Sunday, August 21 - Tuesday, August 23, 2022

Speaking: Sean Lie
Sean Lie, Co-Founder and Chief Hardware Architect

Cerebras Session time: August 23, 2022 @ 10:30 AM PT
Cerebras Session Title: Cerebras Architecture Deep Dive: First Look Inside the HW/SW Co-Design for Deep Learning

Monterey Data Conference 2022

Monterey Marriott, Monterey, California
August 29 - September 1, 2022

Speaking: Natalia Vassilieva
Director of Product, Machine Learning

Cerebras panel session date: Weds, Aug 31, 2022 from 10-10:30 AM PT
Cerebras session: Hardware for Scientific AI

AI Hardware Summit 2022

Sept 14, 2022 @ 1:30 PM PT

Speaking: Andrew Feldman, CEO and Founder

Cerebras Session Title: Massive Natural Language Model Processing

Past Events

Industry Event

AI Driven Drug Discovery Summit 2022

16-17 AUGUST, 2022

Speaking: Natalia Vassilieva
Director of Product, Machine Learning

Cerebras session date: August 16, 2-2:30 PM
Cerebras session: More Powerful AI Technology Will Transform Drug Discovery

Industry Event

Cerebras @ AI Systems Summit Research: Accelerating Scientific Discovery and Impact

Industry Event

Accelerating Healthcare Innovation: Finding Answers Faster Using NLP Models and Dedicated AI Compute

Industry Event

Andy Hock at Scalable Computing for Pandemic Preparedness

HPC and Emerging Architectures

Industry Event

Jean-Philippe Fricker and Sean Lie talk at EPFL

Thinking Outside the Die: Architecting the Machine Learning Accelerator of the Futre

Industry Event

Sean Lie at COSM 2021

The New IC: From Nanoscale to Waferscale

Industry Event

Stewart Hall Talk: ScaledML

Training of Giant Neural Networks with Weight Streaming

Industry Event

SC21: Powering Extreme-Scale AI and HPC Compute with Wafer-Scale Accelerators

Industry Event

Sean Lie Keynote: Micro 2021

Thinking Outside the Die: Architecting the ML Accelerator of the Future

Industry Event

Andy Hock Talk: AI World Government 2021

Scaling AI Compute for Research and Production

Industry Event

Rob Schreiber @ ATPESC 2019

The parallel computing revolution is only half over.