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Ansys and Oculii reimagine automotive radar systems

25 November 2021

Oculii is developing artificial intelligence (AI) software and hardware for radar systems that will allow autonomous vehicles (AVs) to more accurately perceive their surroundings

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IBM Research and Thieme Chemistry partnership brings together machine learning and human-curated data

24 November 2021

IBM Research Europe and Thieme Chemistry have announced the first results of their collaboration which were evaluated by seven eminent synthetic chemistry experts and their research groups from China, Germany, Switzerland, New Zealand, and the USA

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ML technique aims to transform visual inspections in manufacturing

24 November 2021

Somerset-based artificial intelligence (AI) specialist, Machine Intelligence, has developed a machine learning technique that efficiently identifies defects as products are created

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Measuring the AI performance of Europe's fastest supercomputer

18 November 2021

Researchers at Forschungszentrum Jülich and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have demonstrated the AI performance of Europe’s fastest supercomputer using the MLPerf benchmark

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The US Department of Energy announces the 2022 ASCR Leadership Computing Challenge (ALCC)

17 November 2021

The US Department of Energy has announced the latest ASCR Leadership Computing Challenge inviting US researchers to apply for an allocation of HPC resources focused on high risk, high reward scientific projects

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CEA launches its new EXA1 supercomputer

17 November 2021

Atos and the CEA’s Military Applications Division (CEA/DAM) have announced the first partition of “EXA1”, a supercomputer developed based on Atos’ BullSequana XH2000 architecture

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Cambridge Quantum and Deutsche Bahn leverage quantum algorithms to optimise train scheduling

11 November 2021

Cambridge Quantum (CQ) and Deutsche Bahn (DB) have announced a partnership to explore how quantum computers can improve the rescheduling of rail traffic as part of DB’s long-term transformative plan

sureCore-led consortium wins £6.5M Innovate UK grant

05 November 2021

Innovate UK has awarded a grant of £6.5 million to a seven-member consortium led by sureCore with a remit to jointly develop advanced cryogenic semiconductor IP

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Quantum computing consortium wins £7.5 million grant

04 November 2021

A consortium led by Universal Quantum has been awarded a £7.5m grant from Innovate UK’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund to build a scalable quantum computer that can correct errors

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Tier 2 HPC platform launched by HPC Midlands+

04 November 2021

A new state of the art £3 million supercomputer, funded by The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), delivered by HPC Midlands+ and supported by Midlands Innovation will provide researchers with a higher capability system to run large scale calculations

HPC hardware advances Covid-19 research in Texas

03 November 2021

Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin are accelerating their research into Covid-19, extreme weather and drug discovery thanks to HPC hadrware donated by AMD through its Covid-19 fund.

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Seagate expands use of Ansys' simulation solutions to advance data storage

02 November 2021

Ansys has announced a multi-year agreement with Seagate Technology to expand Seagate's use of Ansys' simulation solutions. Seagate, a provider of data storage solutions, implements Ansys' multiphysics simulation software in product innovation