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Large Language Models and Generative AI for High Performance Systems

May 20 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm PDT

Speaker: Chris Cheng, Distinguished Technologist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Abstract:
Generative AI and Large language models (LLM) with domain knowledge enhancements will fundamentally change the way we design hardware. In this talk we will start with the basic concept of transformer with encoder and decoder. We will discuss how domain knowledge can be injected into LLM through retrieval augmented generation (RAG) and fine tuning. We will also discuss the concept of LLM agent where complex design tasks can be done by the agent through planning, action with other tools and reasoning. An even more advanced technique will involve the LLM optimizing a design through optimization by prompt. We will conclude with the concept of foundational models for signal integrity and power integrity as an example of how we can tie LLM and Generative AI to complete a complex engineering design task.
Speaker Bio:
Chris Cheng is a Distinguished Technologist at the Storage Division of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. He is responsible for managing all high speed, analog/mixed signal designs and hardware machine learning development within the Storage Division. He also held senior engineering positions in SUN Microsystems where he developed the original GTL system bus with Bill Gunning. He was a Principal Engineer in Intel where he led high speed processor bus design team. He was the first hardware engineer in 3PAR and guided their high-speed design effort until it was acquired by Hewlett Packard.
Room: SCDI 3301, Bldg: Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, California, United States, 95053, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/420026

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