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UK Commits a Billion Pounds to AI Development

The British government and the private sector are investing close to £1 billion pounds to boost the country’s artificial intelligence sector. The investment, which was announced on Thursday, is part of a wide-ranging strategy to make the UK a global leader in AI and big data.

HPE Sends AI Supercomputer to Belgium

Research university KU Leuven has installed a new HPE supercomputer designed to run artificial intelligence workloads.

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DOE Unveils Exascale Earth Modeling System

After four years of development, the US Department of Energy (DOE) is releasing the Energy Exascale Earth System Model (E3SM), a computational platform for performing high-resolutions simulation of the weather and other earth systems.

Cray Introduces EPYC Supercomputers; HPE Supplies ARMs to UK

Episode 220: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman analyze Cray's EPYC introduction and HPE's UK ARM move.

Fujitsu Boosts RIKEN AI Supercomputer to 54 Petaflops

Fujitsu has performed a massive upgrade to RIKEN’s RAIDEN supercomputer using NVIDIA DGX-1 servers outfitted with the latest V100 Tesla GPUs.