As a member of the AI Ethics Impact Group, HLRS helped create a systematic approach for implementing ethical standards in the development and use of AI algorithms.
University of Duisburg-Essen researchers use HPC to model fuel jet flames in unprecedented detail, verifying experiments done by the German Aerospace Agency.
HLRS's high-performance computing systems remain operational, nontechnical staff recommended to work from home.
Scientists pursuing research aimed at prevention, containment, remediation, or cures related to the coronavirus pandemic will be given expedited access to HPC resources at HLRS.
It is the first time that a major high-performance computing center has received approval under this framework for environmental management.
The arrival of a new 26-petaflop high-performance computing system marks the beginning of a new era for advanced computational research in Stuttgart.
HLRS will broadcast an online live stream from the inauguration of HLRS’s newest flagship supercomputer, Hawk, beginning at 3:00 p.m. (CET) on Wednesday, February 19.
Philosophers, social scientists, and historians considered the opportunities and limitations of AI, and its implications for society.
The Industrial HPC-User Roundtable focused on the computational challenges industry faces, with a special focus on the growing interest in solutions involving artificial intelligence.