Nvidia is crowned the smartest company in the world right now (NVIDIA)

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    HPC AND SUPERCOMPUTING
    The HPC and Supercomputing Track features sessions from industry experts on topics including simulation, visualization, and deep learning. GTC recordings focus on how computational and data science are used to solve traditional HPC problems in healthcare, weather, astronomy, and other domains.
     
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    Yes, some people are funny but they understand what is he talking about, and some don't have any idea. The Intel/AMD alliance doesn't really come from nothing.
     
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    I mean...they're youtube comments.
     
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    What is their "smartness" rating? Do they even care about us/users that want MXM3 based GPU solutions and not disposable BGA? Don't we try to abolish all of the kingdoms and turn them to democracies?
     
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    Yeah, that's the point. You can usually tell by the comments how people feel about the subject / person of the video, and whether they are for or against them by checking the top upvoted comments.

    Nvidia isn't at all highly rated given those responses. And, that's supposed to be a professional HPC event.

    The popular sentiment runs contrary to the claim that Nvidia has been "crowned the smartest company in the world right now", that's simply the proclamation of paid PR. :)
     
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    You have a higher opinion of youtube commenters than I do, but point taken.
     
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    I'm not trying to do anything in this thread, except collecting all about NVIDIA news, achievements and technologies, they are smart but I'm not sure that they are the smartest. I'm not with or against, all Technology Owners has advantages and disadvantages, we have to be smart and seek for what is good for ourselves and do our own ROI calculations, no matter what is the technology.
     
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    To be fair, it's possible to be smart and not care about people at the same time. I mean, it's not preferred, but it's possible. A lot of what they're doing is not directly related to consumer products and seems pretty smart.
     
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