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Nvidia, Intel not Welcomed in New Apple AI and HPC Development Tools

July 12th, 2024 Comments Off on Nvidia, Intel not Welcomed in New Apple AI and HPC Development Tools
New Mac developer tools will leverage Apple’s homegrown chips, limiting HPC users’ ability to use parallel programming frameworks from Intel or Nvidia. Apple’s latest programming framework, Xcode 16, was introduced at the recent WWDC conference and has a host ...

FBI Shuts Down Russian AI-Enhanced Bot Farm

July 10th, 2024 Comments Off on FBI Shuts Down Russian AI-Enhanced Bot Farm
The US Justice Department has announced the disruption of a Russian-government-backed bot farm that used AI tools in a massive propaganda campaign. Using AI to create fake social media accounts that often claimed to be US citizens, the malicious ...

Virga: Australia’s AI Powerhouse

July 9th, 2024 Comments Off on Virga: Australia’s AI Powerhouse
Australia has officially added another supercomputer to the TOP500 list with the implementation of Virga. Officially coming online in June 2024, Virga is the newest HPC system to come out of the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation ...

Generative AI to Account for 1.5% of World’s Power Consumption by 2029

July 8th, 2024 Comments Off on Generative AI to Account for 1.5% of World’s Power Consumption by 2029
Generative AI will take on a larger chunk of the world’s power consumption to keep up with the hefty hardware requirements to run applications. “AI chips represent 1.5% of electricity use over the next five years, a substantial part of the world’s ...

Yes, Big Data Is Still a Thing (It Never Really Went Away)

July 8th, 2024 Comments Off on Yes, Big Data Is Still a Thing (It Never Really Went Away)
A funny thing happened on the way to the AI promised land: People realized they need data. In fact, they realized they need large quantities of a wide variety of data, and that it would be better if it ...

Anthropic Pushes for Third-Party AI Model Evaluations

July 2nd, 2024 Comments Off on Anthropic Pushes for Third-Party AI Model Evaluations
Although AI tools are rapidly advancing and becoming a part of just about every sector, the AI community is still looking for a standardized means to assess the capabilities and potential risks that these tools offer.   Although tools like ...

Using AI to Fix AI: OpenAI’s CriticGPT

June 28th, 2024 Comments Off on Using AI to Fix AI: OpenAI’s CriticGPT
Amid the current AI explosion, one of the main challenges facing this technology’s implementation is that AI can sometimes make mistakes. What’s more, the black-box nature of many AI tools means that catching these mistakes and understanding why they ...

AI-augmented HPC and the Inflation of Science and Technology

June 28th, 2024 Comments Off on AI-augmented HPC and the Inflation of Science and Technology
Everyone is aware of the inflationary model of the early universe in which the volume of space expands exponentially then slows down. AI-augmented HPC (AHPC for short) has started to expand creating new space in the scientific universe, a ...

What We Know about Alice Recoque, Europe’s Second Exascale System

June 27th, 2024 Comments Off on What We Know about Alice Recoque, Europe’s Second Exascale System
Europe officially announced its second exascale system, Alice Recoque, and you can expect to see that name on the Top500 supercomputer list in a few years. Alice Recoque is the new name for a supercomputer with the operating name Jules ...

Four Steps to Ensure GenAI Safety and Ethics

June 24th, 2024 Comments Off on Four Steps to Ensure GenAI Safety and Ethics
With the deployment of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) happening at a rapid pace, organizations of all sizes are tasked with navigating the challenges around implementation, especially regarding ethics and accuracy. What is important for corporate leaders is establishing clear ...
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