At the Neural Information Processing Systems conference (NeurIPS) Thursday December 1, Geoffrey Hinton, the creator of deep learning and company-wide AI intellectual lead at Google, gave a rare presentation describing the technical requirements to reach “mortal computation” (I.e. artificial brains). In his corresponding paper, Hinton referenced Rain’s work with Yoshua Bengio as the only example of an approach that—in his view—correctly balances hardware, software, and algorithms co-design. As we’ve said before - radical co-design is the future of computing and AI, and Rain is uniquely positioned to capture said value with our technology.
You can find Hinton's paper here, and the reference to our paper (Kendall 2020) in section 7 (pasted below).