Viewing posts from September, 2018

Germany’s Most Powerful Supercomputer Comes Online

The Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) has flipped the switch on the 26.7-petaflop SuperMUC-NG, making it Germany’s highest-performing HPC machine.

Azure Receives Another Set of HPC Upgrades

Microsoft is introducing yet another set of high-performance Azure instances for its HPC and AI customers.

New Report Finds Emerging Computing Technologies Will Radically Transform Workforce Over Next Four Years

A report conducted by the World Economic Forum (WEF) has found that machines are rapidly replacing human labor across all major industries. That offers both good news and bad news for workers and the companies that employ them.

U.S. Advances Bill for Quantum Leadership; Gordon Bell Finalists Enter Exascale Era

Episode 241: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman discuss a $1.2 billion initiative in Congress to keep the U.S. at the forefront of the quantum computing landscape, and take a look at exascale and the Gordon Bell finalists.

IBM Introduces Software to Alleviate AI Bias

In an effort to improve AI transparency, IBM has introduced an open source toolkit that provides algorithms that can detect and mitigate bias in machine learning applications.