Invited Talk

September 25th, 2023 | 16:00 – 16:30 CEST


“Cloud Continuum for enabling large scale AI services”

Most of the major cloud service providers are launching AI services on conventional cloud services (PaaS & IaaS).
Many computing HW resources (such as CPU, VPU, TPU,GPU,FPGA) are used to train large scale AI models handling huge amounts of data including multimodal information. Many companies also have been trying to incorporate AI services fastly to have marketing advantages among competitors using cloud computing infrastructures. Thus, cloud computing faces several issues to provide energy efficient management, highly scalable and new architectural resources for compute and store. Also distributed and parallel ML(machine Learning) technology is implemented to provide fast response. Thus analysis of current computing trends in cloud computing tells many new challenges considering future AI services on cloud computing. Therefore, this talk introduces trends of cloud computing, and discusses challenging issues in the cloud continuum as emerging infrastructure including diverse cloud resources for future AI services: training and serving of hyperscale AI model.
About the speaker

Prof. Eui-Nam Huh
Kyung Hee University (South Korea) and Discussion

Prof. EUI-NAM HUH (Member, IEEE) received the B.S. degree from Busan National University, South Korea, the master’s degree in computer science from The University of Texas at Arlington, USA, in 1995, and the Ph.D. degree from The Ohio University, USA, in 2002. Currently, he is a Professor with the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Kyung Hee University, South Korea. He served for 7.5 years as a chair of department and dean of Information Administration at Kyung Hee University.
He is a director of ICT Research Center (ITRC) funded from national project subjected to Mobile Cloud, and Cloud Continuum starting from 2012, and 2023 for 6 & 8 years, respectively. His research interests include the diverse range of subjects, such as cloud computing, the Internet of Things, future internet, distributed real-time systems, mobile computing, big data, and security. He serves on the review board for the National Research Foundation of Korea. He has actively participated in community services for several organizations, including Applied Sciences, ICCSA, WPDRTS/IPDPS, APAN Sensor Network Group, ICUIMC, IMCOM, ICONI, APIC-IST, ICUFN, and SoICT, as different types of editors, and chairs.

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