Michael Kagan, the CTO of computing giant Nvidia and co-founder of Mellanox shares insight into the world of hardware, software, AI, and of course computing.

Listen to find out:

  • Why you should ditch deep hierarchy and allow those close to the product to make the decisions. 🧑‍⚖️
  • The benefits of working with inexperienced engineers 🐤
  • How to retain employees by hiring them every day 😃.
  • Why instead of fighting for a bigger slice of pie 🍰 - we should just bake a bigger pie

Mentioned On Air

  • Human Machine Team - Book
  • NVIDIA cuQuantum - An SDK of optimized libraries and tools for accelerating quantum computing workflows which allows developers to simulate quantum algorithms at a scale and performance not possible on current quantum hardware Tool

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