Lane receives Sense of Wonder Group professorship in AI systems
Ian Lane co-founded the CUDA Center of Excellence at Carnegie Mellon University, which has helped with fundamental research in GPU-accelerated artificial intelligence. He also founded the College of Engineering GPU-cluster at the Super Computer Center in Pittsburgh. In addition to his academic work, Lane is also an entrepreneur who has founded and contributed to multiple Silicon Valley startups such as Capio, a speech recognition technology company. Lane is the first CMU-SV professor to receive an endowed chair.
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