Supercomputers

Supercomputer, any of a class of extremely powerful computers. The term is commonly applied to the fastest high-performance systems available at any given time. Such computers have been used primarily for scientific and engineering work requiring exceedingly high-speed computations.

Stealth Mode Startup On A Mission To Develop “Audacious AI Computing Platforms That Elevate Performance, Energy & Economic Efficiencies”

Series A The Deep Tech Insider reported yesterday about Celestial AI’s $56 million Series A funding round. The Santa Clara, California-based early-stage startup, only founded in 2020 by David Lazovsky, Preet Virk and Michelle Tomasko, is a machine learning (ML) accelerator company that has developed a proprietary technology platform that enables the next generation of …

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Billion-Dollar Babies #10: 13 Unicorn Startups in The Edge Computation Industry

High-level Chips & Processor Architecture Rough estimates state the AI semiconductor market will be anywhere from $65 to $100 billion by mid-decade. This year alone, semiconductor sales are expected to reach 527.2 billion U.S. dollars worldwide, according to the Statista report, Semiconductor market size worldwide from 1987 to 2022. With deep tech sectors like big …

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Supercomputers Studying Backstreaming Ions For Better Space Weather Predictions

Predicting Impacts A three-year initiative led by the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) —  set up in September 2020 and costing some $3.2 million to develop space weather prediction software —  is starting to already see results. “Space weather requires a real-time product so we can predict impacts before an event, not just afterward,” said Nikolai …

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Computational Tools Could Predict Molecular Behavior — And Learn from Both Successes and Mistakes.

Discovering a drug, material, or anything new requires finding and understanding molecules. It’s a time- and labor-intensive process, which can be helped along by a chemist’s expertise, but it can only go so quickly, be so efficient, and there’s no guarantee for success. Connor Coley is looking to change that dynamic. The Henri Slezynger (1957) …

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