Supercomputing consortium ponders how to size up and publicize coronavirus projects
The Department of Energy is lending compute power to projects studying drug repositioning and the genome of high-risk patients that could benefit the broader medical community, said the undersecretary for science in an exclusive interview.
Supercomputing consortium adds members as number of coronavirus projects increases, too
AMD, NVIDIA and the National Center for Atmospheric Research's Wyoming Supercomputing Center have joined the growing group. A White House official the consortium has provided computing for 15 projects.
DOE national laboratory adds Verizon’s first federal 5G Lab
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is partnering with Verizon Business to develop cybersecurity that will underpin 5G for critical infrastructure, AI and IoT.
Energy’s AI director reviewing 600-plus projects for technologies worth replicating
The Artificial Intelligence and Technology Office hopes to use its doubled budget to double in size in fiscal 2021.
Energy has a new central access point connecting investors, innovators to national labs
The Laboratory Partnering Service streamlines what used to be a bunch of disparately held information.
VA taps into Energy’s supercomputers for big data project on health
The departments of Energy and Veterans Affairs will team up to improve health outcomes using supercomputers to process big data on veterans.