image of this article category

Facebook parent Meta creates powerful AI supercomputer

26.01.2022 09:05 AM
Latest
Facebook parent Meta creates powerful AI supercomputer
dooklik website logo
share
share this article on facebook
share this article on twitter
share this article on whatsapp
share this article on facebook messenger
Facebook parent Meta creates powerful AI supercomputer
Meta, owned by Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, announced that it has completed the first phase of a new supercomputer powered by artificial intelligence.

Zuckerberg said in a statement that the new computer, called RSC, will be the world's fastest artificially intelligent supercomputer.

Meta says that the RSC computer will help researchers develop better artificial intelligence models that can learn from trillions of examples, and among other things, these models will be able to build better augmented reality tools and "smoothly analyze text, images and video together."

According to Meta, a large part of the work of this computer serves the company's vision for its next project, "Metaverse", because applications and products powered by artificial intelligence will play a major role in it.

According to “Sputnik”, the RSC computer will help play real-time voice translations for large groups of people, each speaking a different language, so that they can seamlessly collaborate on a research project or play an “artificial intelligence” game.

Work on the RSC computer began a year and a half ago, when Meta engineers designed its various systems (cooling, power, networking and cabling) from scratch.

The first stage of RSC is already in the works, consisting of 760 NVIDIA GGXA 1000 systems with 6,080 graphics processing units (GPU) connected, a type of processor that is particularly good at tackling machine learning problems.
Related Articles
doolik website logo
A team of researchers at Meta is developing an artificial intelligence-based technology that can read people's thoughts and translate them into understandable words.

doolik website logo
Former comedian and current podcaster Joe Rogan challenged Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg if new Meta smart glasses are a potential privacy concern, while hosting his podcast The Joe Rogan Experience (The Joe Rogan Experience).

doolik website logo
YouTube and Tik Tok became the most popular entertainment platforms for American teens in 2022 (excluding video games), while the number of Facebook users among this age group has declined in recent years, according to a study conducted by the Pew Research Center and published the day before yesterday, according to The statement was quoted by the Emirates.

Live Video Streaming
Live video streaming lets you engage with your audience in real time with a video feed. Broadcast your daily show to your audience with no limits, no buffering and high quality videos. Reach all devices anytime anywhere with different video qualities that suits any device and any connection.
$1,120/YE*
The website uses cookies to improve your experience. We’ll assume you’re ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish.
ACCEPT