This is what smart people do for fun.
Detecting gravitational waves millions of light years away, in real time. Powering computationally fast quantum mechanical simulations at high accuracy and low cost. Proving the feasibility of fusion as a source of renewable clean energy.
Of course, it doesn’t take a supercomputer to figure out that high-performance computing is much more than just fun. Thanks to AI, HPC now matters more than ever.
That’s why next week’s International Supercomputing Conference — from June 24 to 28 in Frankfurt — will feature more content than ever, much of it focused on the collision of artificial intelligence and high-performance computing…
Full Source: NVIDIA