Cerebras reveals world’s ‘largest computer chip’ for AI tasks

At Hot Chips, Californian-based Cerebras Systems showed the world's most massive computer chip, the Wafer Scale Engine, that is slightly bigger than a standard iPad. The firm says a single chip can drive complex AI systems in everything from driverless cars to surveillance software. Started in 2016, by CEO Andrew Feldman and Sean Lie who previously founded SeaMicro (that AMD ...

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