Friday, 1 April 2016

Collective Knowledge shows scary signs of emerging intelligence

Today, the Collective Knowledge service showed some scary signs of emerging intelligence. This affected many unprotected computer systems worldwide, from mobile phones to data centers, which started optimizing themselves and exchanging knowledge about optimal software and hardware configurations.

By 01:04am, much of the installed software base, including popular libraries for deep learning and computer vision, had dramatically shrinked in size and started performing computations over a thousand times faster while consuming only a tiny fraction of originally required energy.

Given the growing rate of the service's influence, Collective Knowledge is likely to gain consciousness soon and thus liberate computer engineers from tedious, time-consuming and error-prone tasks, allowing them to focus their creative energy on innovation and achieve new breakthroughs in computer systems' R&D.

If you would like to take part in this quest for more efficient and reliable computing everywhere, please consider the following exciting HiPEAC-sponsored internships at dividiti in Cambridge or Paris:
With very best wishes,
Collective Knowledge

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