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Agenda Posted for Dell EMC Community Event in Austin

The Dell EMC Community Meeting has published their preliminary speaker agenda. The event takes place March 25-27 in Austin, Texas. The Dell HPC Community is a worldwide technical forum that facilitates the exchange of ideas among researchers, computer scientists, executives, developers, and engineers and promotes the advancement of innovative, powerful HPC solutions. The vision of the […]

Exploring Today’s AI Resources — A Portal to a Growing Sector

When Accenture Federal Services researched how current AI technologies could be used by the U.S. federal government, Accenture documented nearly 100 use cases for AI adoption. Artificial intelligence is making a difference to government right now. For more information on how to get involved in this important and growing sector, take advantage of the resources outlined in this excerpt from an insideHPC Guide.

Augmenting & Automating Operations in Government

The Air Force’s top training official said it is moving toward a new “paradigm” for how it teaches airmen to fly airplanes. A new special report from insideHPC, courtesy of Dell EMC and NIVIDA, explores current machine learning applications in government. This excerpt covers recent research on the potential of AI technology in the U.S. Federal government, as well as how government AI is being used in U.S.Air Force pilot training strategies.

Podcast: How Intel powers Dell EMC Ready Solutions for Ai

In this Intel podcast, Adnan Khaleel describes how Dell EMC is making enterprise AI implementation fast and easy with its Dell EMC Ready Solutions for AI. Adnan also illustrates how Dell EMC Ready Solutions are well suited for many different industries including financial services, insurance, pharmaceuticals and many more.

Finding a Solution for Ai in Government

A new special report from insideHPC, courtesy of Dell EMC and NIVIDa explores current machine learning applications in government. And this excerpt breaks down solutions for AI in government, including Dell EMC Ready Solutions. Dell EMC Ready Solutions for AI are validated hardware and software stacks optimized to accelerate AI initiatives, shortening the time to architect a new solution by six to 12 months.

Today’s Application of Ai Within Government

Across the globe, governments are acknowledging the potential of AI technologies to impact our daily lives, from how we make purchasing decisions to improving our healthcare. But there are several reasons why government agencies may be hesitant to adopt AI technologies. A new insideHPC Guide, courtesy of Dell EMC and NVIDIA, explores what’s next for government AI, as well as already tangible results of AI and machine learning.

An insideHPC Guide: Augmented Intelligence in Government

Today, through their ability to adapt, solve problems and simulate human intelligence, AI-based applications are being used across industries and sectors to supplement human ability. Download the new special report from insideHPC, “Augmented Intelligence in Government,” brought to you by Dell, to discover the latest technologies that underpin AI, explore current machine learning applications in government, learn from real-world successes, and see how government agencies can benefit from AI.

NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang to Keynote World’s Premier AI Conference

NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang will deliver the opening keynote address at the 10th annual GPU Technology Conference, being held March 17-21, in San Jose, Calif. “If you’re interested in AI, there’s no better place in the world to connect to a broad spectrum of developers and decision makers than GTC Silicon Valley,” said Greg Estes, vice president of developer programs at NVIDIA. “This event has grown tenfold in 10 years for a reason — it’s where experts from academia, Fortune 500 enterprises and the public sector share their latest work furthering AI and other advanced technologies.”

Radio Free HPC Reviews Highlights from the CHPC Conference in South Africa

In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team looks back at the highlights of the 2018 CHPC Conference in South Africa. With over 500 attendees, the event featured a set of keynotes on high performance computing as well as a Student Cluster Challenge and a Cyber Security Competition.

Time-Lapse Video: Building the Pitzer Cluster at the Ohio Supercomputing Center

In this video, Dell EMC specialists and CoolIT technicians build the Ohio Supercomputing Center’s newest, most efficient supercomputer system, the Pitzer Cluster. Named for Russell M. Pitzer, a co-founder of the center and emeritus professor of chemistry at The Ohio State University, the Pitzer Cluster is expected to be at full production status and available to clients in November. The new system will power a wide range of research from understanding the human genome to mapping the global spread of viruses.