Feb. 14, 2024, 9 a.m. | Anthony Alford, Roland Meertens

InfoQ - AI, ML & Data Engineering www.infoq.com

In this episode of Generally AI, Roland and Anthony explore the theme of "sold out" and delve into the world of GPUs, hot sauce, and beer. The hosts cover CUDA-enabled GPUs and parallel programming patterns. Then they explore the parallels between the scarcity of GPUs and Sriracha hot sauce; the historical context of GPU shortages; and how beer and college students can model supply chain dynamics.

By Anthony Alford, Roland Meertens

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