Nvidia Appoints Stanford Prof. as New Chief Scientist

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hurbt

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What's with the article title? Nowhere in the article does it mention anything about Nvidia doing anything new or different with stream processing.
 

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[citation][nom]hurbt[/nom]What's with the article title? Nowhere in the article does it mention anything about Nvidia doing anything new or different with stream processing.[/citation]

Agree
 

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[citation][nom]hurbt[/nom]What's with the article title? Nowhere in the article does it mention anything about Nvidia doing anything new or different with stream processing.[/citation]
We had a headline issue earlier in the day and there was some sort of mix up. Things are corrected and make sense once again. :)
 

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“His pioneering work in stream processors at Stanford greatly influenced the work we are doing at NVIDIA today."

You guys should actually read the article, rather than just reading the first paragraph then posting
 
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Bill "Ace RImmer" Dally! What a guy!
If you ever had the misfortune of working with Bill, your opinion might differ a bit from this bit of fluff.
He's basically good at eating pizza one day a month, Oh, and collecting multiple paychecks, he's good at that too.
 
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