In this episode, Byron and Jem discuss machine learning, privacy, ethics, and Moore's law.
Jem is vice president, general manager and fellow of technology for ARM’s Media Processing Group. In addition to setting the future technology roadmaps for graphics, video, display and imaging, he is also responsible for technological investigations of a number of acquisitions. Jem has previously been a member of ARM’s architecture review board and holds four patents in the fields of CPU and GPU design. He holds a degree from the University of Cambridge.
Byron Reese: Hello, this is “Voices in AI,” brought to you by GigaOm, I am Byron Reese. Today my guest is Jem Davies, he is a VP and a Fellow and the GM of the Machine Learning Group at ARM. ARM, as you know, makes processors. They have, in fact, 90–95% of the share in mobile devices. I think they’ve shipped something like 125 billion processors. They’re shipping 20 billion a year, which means you, listener, probably bought three or four or five of them this year alone. With that in mind, we’re very proud to have Jem here. Welcome to the show, Jem.
Jem Davies: Thank you very much indeed. Thanks for asking me on.
Tell me, if I did buy four or five of your processors, where are they all? Mobile devices I mentioned. Are they in my cell phone, my clock radio? Are they in my smart light bulb? Where in the world have you secreted them?