‘Artificial Intelligence SuperComputer’ coming to Case Western Reserve University
CLEVELAND — Case Western Reserve University is taking significant strides to enhance research across its campus.
More than 250 researchers from nearly two dozen research groups will benefit from a new effort at the school that involves a new faster and larger computing power of “Artificial Intelligence SuperComputer” (AISC). In the summer of 2022, the $1 million computer system is expected to be installed.
According to Vpin Chaudhary, the Kevin J. Kranzusch Professor and Chair of the Department of Computer and Data Sciences at Case, this will be the university’s largest and “far more powerful than anything university researchers had access to before.”
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Written by Anna Meyer.
Originally published December 6, 2021.
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