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Supercomputing Skills are Key to UK Economic Growth

Supercomputing is no longer the reserve of a few select universities, but rather on the priority list for both the government and education bodies. To this end, Nvidia's CUDA Centres of Excellence recognizes, rewards and fosters collaboration with institutions at the forefront of massively parallel many-core computing research.

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Exascale Bills Coming Up for Consideration in Congress

The road to exascale computing will require substantial public investment. But that expense must be measured against the enormous long-term costs our nation will face if we abandon our quest for leadership in high-performance computing.

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IBM's Watson Wants to Fix America's Doctor Shortage

In 2011, IBM's Watson supercomputer got an unusually public proof-of-concept, competing on Jeopardy! and beating its human competitors hands-down. It was a powerful public win for IBM, and for artificial intelligence at large, but the computer at the center of all that publicity was still basically a prototype. If Watson...

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How Simulation Makes Mistakes Less Costly

Tom Wilkie from Scientific Computing World looks at the human side of software modeling and simulation.

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The Gap Between High Performance and High Availability

Clive Longbottom contrasts the architectures of high-performance and high-availability clusters. And while users may request the best of both worlds, the end game often comes down to money.

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