We are on the cusp of a totally new architecture for enterprise IT, and this change toward composability is being driven by applications like AI. Instead of designing around fixed-configuration servers, disaggregation allows the use of pools of resources, and composability allows dynamic allocation of these resources as needed for different applications. When it comes to AI workloads, organizations can deploy a set of expensive GPUs and then allocate these as needed to various tasks, and redeploy these when that task (ML training, for example) is done. That’s what Liqid is delivering for their customers, and why we invited CEO and Co-Founder Sumit Puri and Chief AI Architect Josiah Clark to join Stephen Foskett and Chris Grundemann for this episode of Utilizing AI.
- Are there any jobs that will be completely eliminated by AI in the next five years?
- Can you think of any fields that have not yet been touched by AI?
- How small can ML get? Will we have ML-powered household appliances? Toys? Disposable devices?