Tag: Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
Last Friday (April 24), the “Brains Vs. Artificial Intelligence” competition kicked-off at the Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Today, exactly halfway through the event, computer program “Claudico,” a joint effort between the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center and Carnegie Mellon, has played over 40,000 hands of No-Limit Texas Hold’em poker against four of the game’s professionals. The Read more…
The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center celebrates the arrival of its newest supercomputer.
The Weekly Top Five features the five biggest HPC stories of the week, condensed for your reading pleasure. This week, we cover the NC State effort to overcome the memory limitations of multicore chips; the sale of the first-ever commercial quantum computing system; Cray’s first GPU-accelerated machine; speedier machine learning algorithms; and the connection between shrinking budgets and increased reliance on modeling and simulation.
As the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center prepares to celebrate its 25-year anniversary, three founders provide perspective.
Like the iconic blacklight, PSC’s new shared memory system is a blast from the past.
D.E. Shaw Research loans specialized supercomputer to Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center for biomolecular research, while NIH provides the operating funds; and NCSA climate change models show earth’s temperatures are rising in response to human activity, but it’s not too late to act. We recap those stories and more in our weekly wrapup.
Customized “Anton” super will run biomolecular simulations.