Cloud computing expands brain science

PICTURE: Franco Pestilli, Neuroscientist, Department of Psychology, University of Texas at Austin After Credit: Franco Pestilli People often think of human behavior in terms of what’s going on in the present: reading a newspaper, driving a car, or catching a soccer ball. But other dimensions of behavior span weeks, months …

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CVPR 2021 to Unveil Latest Research in Global AI, Machine Learning and Computer Vision at Virtual Event

LOS ALAMITOS, California, Jun 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) – the largest event exploring artificial intelligence, machine learning, and computer vision research and applications – will take place June 19-25, 2021 as a fully virtual event. With presentations, tutorials, workshops and panels moderated …

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Ridley Township Library Continues Virtual Programming | Life

TOWNSHIP OF RIDLEY— The Township of Ridley Public Library will host a number of special virtual events for adults this month. On Thursday June 10 at 6.30 pm, Tom Garvey, a native of Delco and Vietnamese veteran, will give a Zoom talk on his new book “The Secret Apartment: Vet …

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ECP paves the way for tested and verified cross-platform compilers for HPC and Exascale architectures

The Exascale Computing (ECP) project strives to combine two key technologies, LLVM and Continuous Integration (CI), to ensure that current and future compilers are stable and perform well on high performance computing (HPC) and computer systems. exascale. The proliferation of new machine architectures has made continuous software testing and verification …

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Is it worth studying Azure in 2021?

Microsoft Azure is otherwise known as Windows Azure. Microsoft Azure is a distributed IT administration created by Microsoft which is one of the leading cooperative specialized in the cloud, and step by step, many associations choose Azure to get the best advances for efficient calculations. Using it will help you …

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The LLNL team uses the Ruby supercomputer to study the effects of nuclear weapons on detonations near the surface

June 8, 2021 – A team from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) took a closer look at how nuclear weapon explosions near the Earth’s surface create complications in their effects and apparent returns. Attempts to correlate event data with low burst heights have revealed the need to improve the theoretical …

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Minnesota Supercomputing Institute joins iRODS consortium

CHAPEL HILL, NC, June 8, 2021 – The Minnesota Supercomputing Institute (MSI) at the University of Minnesota has become the newest member of the iRODS consortium, a membership-based foundation that leads the development and support of the system Rules-Based Integrated Data System (iRODS). MSI provides industry-leading compute and storage solutions …

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Nvidia’s extensive certification program includes its DPUs, Arm Systems

Nvidia is also deploying Base Command to provide its DGX SuperPOD as a service. An extensive Nvidia certification program now includes servers with the company’s BlueField-2 data processing units (DPUs) and those with Arm processors. The graphics and data acceleration processing vendor is also set to deploy its DGX SuperPOD …

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Bethel Woods expands its summer artistic program

The Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, a nonprofit cultural organization located in Bethel, New York, has announced the return and expansion of its popular arts series for young people, PLAY (Peace. Love. Arts. You!) Offered to children aged 5 to 15. Participants explore art, music, movement and drama with …

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In which direction is the solar wind blowing? Supercomputers improve space weather forecasting

(Top panel, left to right) July 12, 2012 Coronal mass ejection observed on the STEREO B Cor2, SOHO C2 and STEREO A Cor2 coronographs, respectively. (Bottom panel) The same images overlapped with the model results. Credit: Talwinder Singh, Mehmet S. Yalim, Nikolai V. Pogorelov and Nat Gopalswamy Using supercomputers, researchers …

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