- Why Run:AI
“We were dealing with the horror of scheduling training models via spreadsheets”
As AI teams increasingly accept Kubernetes as the de-facto container orchestration tool, it’s more important than ever that data scientists sharing a cluster have a
Jupyter notebooks are heavily used in the data science community, especially when it comes to developing and debugging machine and deep learning workloads on GPUs.
In this talk, Run:AI CEO and co-founder Omri Geller discusses some of the challenges of AI implementation, and how to speed up delivery of AI.
In this post, we’ll address how fractionalizing GPU for deep learning inference workloads with lower computational needs can save 50-75% of the cost of deep
– Dr. Ronen Dar, CTO Run:AI In a previous article, we discussed the problem of machine scheduling and complications that arise from inefficient GPU utilization
This week, Omri Geller, Run:AI’s CEO and cofounder spoke on a webinar about supporting the data science lifecycle. His talk centered on the three areas
Dr. Ronen Dar, CTO and co-founder, Run:AI – Like a huge safari animal swatting all day at a pesky fly, sophisticated projects are often hindered
At the AI Summit in NYC, Omri Geller, Run:AI CEO spoke on the subject of GPU management. This was his session topic: Can New Approaches