AMD's CEO orchestrated one of the great turnarounds in Silicon Valley history, driving the dying semiconductor maker's stock price up nearly 30-fold in less than a decade. Now she's preparing for battle in the coming AI revolution—and she expects to keep winning.
The race between these formidable competitors should keep AI advancing in power while keeping costs under control. Competition is good and this contest should speed up the game. The question is how the tech ecosystem will apply the AI/ML race to the world around us. Any thoughts on in what fields and in what order AI will be most beneficial would be appreciated. I see medical diagnostics which take 40% of a doctor's time in the US, the area with the greatest pay back in the shortest time frame. I have no doubt there is room for both these leaders and their companies. Might they not compete but concentrate on entirely different areas and applications speeding up the broad adoption of AI/ML to the benefit of all.