GSI Technology, Inc. to Present an ODSC Webinar and at the Global Artificial Intelligence Conference

SUNNYVALE, Calif., Jan. 15, 2018 — GSI Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq:GSIT) today announced that on January 17, 2018, Dr. Avidan Akerib, VP of Associative Computing BU, will be presenting both an ODSC Webinar and in-person at the Global Artificial Intelligence Conference in Santa Clara. The presentations introduce GSI’s Associative Processing Unit (APU) chip architecture that is well-suited to many machine learning tasks such as one-shot/few-shot learning, convolutional neural networks, recommender systems, data mining, and Natural Language Processing (NLP).
Unlike conventional deep neural networks (DNN) that require a lot of labeled data to train on and are not good at generalizing from limited examples, the APU efficiently learns similarly to how humans learn—namely using only a few examples (few-shot learning).  GSI Technology’s APU is a fully programmable associative, content-based, retrieval and compute in-memory architecture.About GSI Technology                                  Founded in 1995, GSI Technology, Inc. is a provider of high performance semiconductor memory solutions to networking, industrial, medical, aerospace, and military customers. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, and has sales offices in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. For more information, please visit

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