Molham Aref of RelationalAI, the AI coprocessor
    Chris

    I'm Chris Chinchilla. Welcome to my podcast, an enthusiastic ramble through whatever has taken my interest the past week or so. Expect technology, games, history, travel, geekery, and as always, much, much more.

    Welcome to Chinchilla Squeaks with me, Chris Chinchilla, recording this intro from a hotel room in Bilbao at the Open Source Summit organized by the Linux Foundation. Lots of interviews in progress that will be coming out of that over the coming episodes. But, uh, this episode I just wanted to sneak in, uh, something from my backlog of interviews because I've got quite a few, actually.

    So, no links this time. I'm actually just going to get right into the interview and then come back with a little bit of an update from me at the end of it. This is my interview with Molham RF from Relational AI. Quite a technical but interesting project and startup that any of you doing heavy AI and data work with Snowflake will find very interesting.

    Enjoy. How are you doing, Molheim? I'm doing

    Molham

    all right, Chris. How are you?

    Chris

    Good. I always think running these late night I am far more awake than I am. And then I start talking and I realize I really am not.

    Especially when we have in your headline, the AI co processor for your cloud data. That's a lot of complex terms I need to unpack at 11 PM. Well, I'd love

    Molham

    to help you unpack them.

    Chris

    So tell me a little bit about relational AI and what an AI co processor.

    Molham

    Okay, I'd be happy to. So, Relational AI is a Silicon Valley based company.

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