Blumind co-founder says AI will consume the world’s energy if semiconductors don’t become more efficient.

The explosive growth of generative AI is blowing up preconceived notions of what it means to build technology innovations. Not only do the fulsome computing needs of AI and machine learning extend well beyond current semiconductor capacity, but existing workarounds are both incredibly expensive and require significant energy to run.

The good news is this is a massive opportunity for Canadian innovators—but only if industry perceptions change. Speaking with BetaKit, Niraj Mathur, co-founder of Blumind, shared his experience building a deep-tech company in Canada and why he feels the semiconductor industry is due for an all-out revolution.

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