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15 Mar 2017 Deep Learning And AI Success Stories [61526]
insideBIGDATA, March 15th, 2017

"The 'insideBIGDATA Guide to Deep Learning & Artificial Intelligence' is a useful new resource directed toward enterprise thought leaders who wish to gain strategic insights into this exciting area of technology. In this guide, we take a high-level view of AI and deep learning in terms of how it's being used and what technological advances have made it possible. We also explain the difference between AI, machine learning and deep learning, and examine the intersection of AI and HPC. We present the results of a recent insideBIGDATA survey that reflects how well these new technologies are being received..."
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05 Mar 2017 Beyond The Moore's Law Cliff: The Next 1000X [61014]
insideHPC, February 24th, 2017

"In this video from the 2017 HPC Advisory Council Stanford Conference, Subhasish Mitra from Stanford presents: Beyond the Moore's Law Cliff: The Next 1000X.

Sorry, but the slides are not being shown at the request of the speaker. Professor Subhasish Mitra directs the Robust Systems Group in the Department of Electrical Engineering and the Department of Computer Science of Stanford University, where he is the Chambers Faculty Scholar of Engineering. Prior to joining Stanford, he was a Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation. He received Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University..."
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05 Mar 2017 Artificial Intelligence: It's No Longer Science Fiction [61018]
insideHPC, February 24th, 2017

"Computational science has come a long way with machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) in just the last year. Leading centers of high-performance computing are making great strides in developing and running ML/DL workloads on their systems. Users and algorithm scientists are continuing to optimize their codes and techniques that run their algorithms, while system architects work out the challenges they still face on various system architectures. At SC16, I had the honor of hosting three of HPC's thought leaders in a panel to get their ideas about the state of Artificial Intelligence (AI), today's challenges with the technology, and where it's going. My guests were Nick Nystrom from Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), Ivan Rodero from Rutgers University, and Prabhat from NERSC at Berkeley National Laboratory. They answered both questions I put to them and from the audience..." - insideHPC
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05 Mar 2017 Advancing Modular Supercomputing with DEEP and DEEP-ER Architectures [61004]
HPCWire, February 25th, 2017

"Knowing that the jump to exascale will require novel architectural approaches capable of delivering dramatic efficiency and performance gains, researchers around the world are hard at work on next-generation HPC systems," writes Sean Thielen in HPCWire.

"In Europe, the DEEP project has successfully built a next-generation heterogeneous architecture based on an innovative 'cluster-booster' approach. The new architecture can dynamically assign individual code parts in a simulation to different hardware components based on which component can deliver the highest computational efficiency. It also provides a foundation for a modular type of supercomputing where a variety of top-level system components, such as a memory module or a data analytics module for example, could be swapped in and out based on workload characteristics..."
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26 Feb 2017 Is Liquid Cooling Ready To Go Mainstream? [60791]
HPCWire, February 13th, 2017

Steve Campbell writes in HPCWire, "It's no secret that heat is a killer of electronics - performance, density, reliability, and energy efficiency all suffer. In this commentary Steve Campbell, co-founder and managing partner at OrionX, a strategy and research firm, contends liquid cooling may be closer than we think to widespread use in HPC and traditional datacenters and no longer just the purview of supercomputers. Many of the benefits are familiar. Campbell argues that improved cooling technology, expanding offerings from vendors, and potentially major energy savings are the drivers of the liquid cooling adoption trend. SC16, he says, may have represented an early tipping point. See if you agree..."
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