Tachyum CEO Talks About How Technology is Changing Modern Warfare at GLOBSEC 2020 Bratislava Forum

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Dr. Radoslav Danilak, co-founder and CEO of Tachyum Inc., has been invited to speak to an audience of influential heads of state, business leaders, innovators and industry experts about the role of technology in warfare at the GLOBSEC 2020 Bratislava Forum October 7-8.

Over the past two decades, GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum has established itself as the leading platform in the Central Eastern Europe region and one of the top strategic conferences globally. The Forum facilitates free exchange of ideas and provides a meeting place for stakeholders from all sectors of society to actively shape the future for generations to come. The two-day GLOBSEC 2020 Bratislava Forum, under the theme “Let’s Heal the World Together,” will provide a platform for discussing what shape the rebuilding of the post-pandemic world could have.

Danilak has nearly 30 years of industry experience and more than 100 patents designing state-of-the-art processing systems. In 2016, he founded Tachyum to disrupt markets by solving the processing performance plateau of nanometer class chips. At GLOBSEC 2020, he will be a featured speaker on a panel discussing the subject, “The Coming Convergence – Super Technology & Warfare.” Among the early adopters of the company’s Prodigy Universal Processor are government agencies looking to leverage its ultra-low power, ultra-high-performance to enable and vastly improve next-generation defense systems, such as unmanned aircraft, underwater systems, cybersecurity, communications, analytics and more.

“The future of warfare is less likely to be won on the battlefield and more likely to be won by Artificial Intelligence (AI),” said Danilak. “Technology will be the deciding factor in how conflict will be resolved. This will play out from the standpoint of an ‘arms race’ of sorts with governments looking to build systems that can handle the most-demanding HPC, AI and ML workloads. A solution like Tachyum’s Prodigy, which