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The US joined a global AI partnership for coronavirus recovery to stick it to China
Following the agreement, the White House COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium will begin sharing data and resources with other G-7 nations.
Argonne National Lab adds ‘AI supercomputer,’ boosting work of COVID-19 consortium
The NVIDIA DGX A100 cluster consists of 24 nodes for 120 petaflops of compute power, making it the fastest "AI supercomputer" at the consortium's disposal.
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.
Federal CIOs directed to tag coronavirus announcements for search engines
The new standard tags, created by tech community Schema.org, prioritize information on COVID-19 prevention, disease spread, quarantine rules, travel guidance, and testing.
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.
Supercomputing consortium further solidifies White House partnership with tech on coronavirus response
Government, industry and academic partners' 16 systems will provide a combined 330 petaflops of supercomputing capacity for select COVID-19 researchers.