Aurora and AI for Science

October 28th, 2022 | | 25:38
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The Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF) and Intel are working together on Aurora, an Exascale supercomputer. As the ALCF and Intel prepare for Aurora, we consider how we will use this Exascale system to support AI for Science. Learn about how Aurora will expand the boundaries of existing science and how we can use Aurora to drive scientific research forward.

See what next-generation scientific problems are being slated to run on Aurora:

Argonne Leadership Computing Facility and Aurora



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