Accelerate the Future of Heterogeneous Compute
When used together, oneAPI and RISC-V* advances innovation from open source software down into hardware. Open standards enable us to build heterogeneous compute products where engineers can choose the right tools for the job.
The RISC-V community has been working with the oneAPI community to help build an open AI ecosystem. This spans the development stack (from tools to compilers) down to the hardware designs that accelerate workloads. The key to advancing technology stacks lies in the power of communities and the collaboration that they enable.
This talk gives an overview of the areas where oneAPI and RISC-V work together to create an open solution to today's most difficult AI problems. From HPC to automotive, this talk explores the wide range of possibilities when the power of open source software is combined with the flexibility of open standards.
Stephano Cetola is the director of technical programs for RISC-V International. He developed and managed numerous open source initiatives in software and hardware. Stephano helped to form the Confidential Computing Consortium, a Linux* Foundation project that accelerates the adoption of Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) technologies and standards. While at Intel, Stephano contributed to Yocto Project* embedded Linux systems and worked on TianoCore open source firmware. He holds a master of science degree in electrical and computer engineering from Portland State University where he is involved in research surrounding hardware security and threat modeling.