Supercomputers

Supercomputer predicts Leeds United second season regression ahead of Newcastle

Computer forecasting software that predicts the likelihood of Premier League results has taken Leeds United to finish 13th in the league this season, with a total of 45 points. A 13th place finish in a second season back in the Premier League is something many teams would wish for, however, …

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Queen Máxima wears a splint in her hand at the opening of a new supercomputer in Amsterdam – Royal Central

During a visit to the Snellius supercomputer, Queen Máxima of the Netherlands appeared with her right hand in a splint. Following inquiries from the Dutch newspaper NOS, the Government Information Service (or in Dutch for short RVD) confirmed that the Queen had suffered a broken bone as a result of …

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Artificial intelligence for the general public

It takes real intelligence and a lot of collaborative strength to harness the potential of artificial intelligence. Most of us can barely grasp the concept of man-made machines that learn to process and analyze huge amounts of data, then use that mass of information to understand things on new scales …

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DOE-funded project to advance the portability of heterogeneous HPC applications

September 15, 2021 – A project involving researchers from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and National Laboratories and academic collaborators has received funding from the US Department of Energy (DOE) as part of an effort to adapt the next-generation high-performance scientific software. computer systems (HPC). The project, “ComPort: Rigorous Testing …

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How living 9/11 in New York prepared me for the pandemic

It was Tuesday, one of the least remarkable days of the week. Even my brain from before coffee had noticed that the sky was bright, crisp, a painful blue and almost cloudless. It was cold, even though it was early September. Still watery eyes, I got up and went out …

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Barcelona supercomputing center powers encrypted neural networks with Intel Tech

Homomorphic encryption offers two extraordinary advantages: first, it has the potential to be secure against intrusions even from quantum computers; Second, it allows users to use the data for computation without requiring decryption, allowing secure data offload to commercial clouds and other external locations. However – as researchers from Intel …

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Computing at the frontiers of nanomedicine

01 Sep 2021 (Nanowerk News) Viruses kill millions of people around the world every year. “In addition to the new coronavirus, the main viral killers include hepatitis, HIV and HPV,” said Lela Vukovic, assistant professor of chemistry at the University of Texas at El Paso. Researchers are constantly trying to …

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Department of Energy and Hewlett Packard Enterprises unveil Polaris supercomputer

Nissan COO Ashwani Gupta on the global chip shortage, supply and demand in the automotive industry, his company’s production and the new Nissan Z. A delay in the delivery of Intel Corporation’s exascale supercomputer to the US Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory has created a new opportunity for competing …

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Is Tesla’s Dojo as amazing as it is claimed?

For more than two years, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has teased the development of Tesla’s supercomputer called “Dojo.” Last year, he even claimed that Tesla’s Dojo would have a capacity of more than one exaflop, or one quintillion (1,018) of floating-point operations per second. Tesla first unveiled this Dojo supercomputer …

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Scientists capture deep space’s most detailed images with radio waves

When you look at the night sky with your telescope, what you see is only a small fraction of the information the galaxies send there. Ordinary telescopes only capture information in the visible light spectrum, but celestial bodies constantly emit gamma waves, x-rays, long-wavelength microwaves, and even FM radio waves …

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