Managing — if Not Eliminating — AI Bias, and Improving User Outcomes

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The 2022 Winter Classic Invitational Student Cluster Competition is turning out to be one of the tightest student cluster competitions ever. This event, which started in early February, pits stud

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2022 Winter Classic: Double Episode Fun Pack!

The 2022 Winter Classic continues – more than halfway done at this point with the students working away at Oak Ridge and running on their Ascend cluster – which has the same configuration as

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Winter Classic 2022: NASA Results In!

NASA hosted and mentored the twelve teams competing in the Winter Classic Invitational Student Cluster Competition last week and we’re ready to reveal the results. The student teams competed to

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HPE Shocks Competition – In a Good Way

March 15, 2022

The 2022 Winter Classic Student Cluster Competition is a grueling eight week marathon, combining HPC education and cutthroat competition as student teams optimize real-world HPC benchmarks and apps on mentor provided supercomputers. This competition is unique in that it exclusively features... Read more…

White House Scientific Integrity Report Addresses AI and ML Ethics

January 26, 2022

Earlier this month, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) Scientific Integrity Task Force released a report titled “Protecting the In Read more…

At SC21, Plenary Wrestles with the Ethics of Mainstreamed HPC

November 17, 2021

As the panelists gathered onstage for SC21’s first plenary talk, the so-called Peter Parker principle – “with great power comes great responsibility” – cycled across the background slideshow. For the following hour, five panelists confronted this dilemma: with the transformative power of HPC (and, in particular, HPC-enabled AI) increasingly mainstreamed and deployed by all major... Read more…

SC21 Preview: Interview with the Conference General Chair and Vice Chair

November 5, 2021

In advance of the SC21 conference, taking place in St. Louis and online November 14-19, HPCwire interviewed two of the people leading the effort to put on the 34th annual – and first hybrid – SC. In this special video interview with HPCwire, Bronis de Supinski, SC21 Conference General Chair, and Jeff Hollingsworth, Conference Vice Chair, discuss this year’s unique format, the unifying theme... Read more…

ISC 2021 Keynote: Thomas Sterling on Urgent Computing, Big Machines, China Speculation

July 1, 2021

In a somewhat shortened version of his annual ISC keynote surveying the HPC landscape Thomas Sterling, lauded the community’s effort in bringing HPC to bear in the fight against the pandemic, welcomed the start of the exascale – if not yet exaflops – era with quick tour of some big machines, speculated a little on what China may be planning, and paid tribute to new and ongoing efforts to bring fresh talent into HPC. Sterling is a longtime HPC leader... Read more…

Future of Fintech on Display at HPC + AI Wall Street

September 17, 2020

Those who tuned in for Tuesday's HPC + AI Wall Street event got a peak at the future of fintech and lively discussion of topics like blockchain, AI for risk man Read more…

Agenting Change: PEARC20 Keynote Encourages Cultural Change to Make Tech Better, More Diverse

July 29, 2020

The tech world will need to become more diverse if it is to thrive and survive, said Cherri Pancake, director of the Northwest Alliance for Computational Resear Read more…

Racism and HPC: a Special Podcast

June 29, 2020

Promoting greater diversity in HPC is a much-discussed goal and ostensibly a long-sought goal in HPC. Yet it seems clear HPC is far from achieving this goal. Re Read more…

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