The ‘World’s Most Beautiful Data Center’ is a Supercomputer Housed in a Church
The MareNostrum 4 is only the world’s 25th most powerful supercomputer, but it definitely has the most style.
Researchers Just Turned On the World's Most Powerful Computer Designed to Mimic a Human Brain
Neuromorphic computing just got a big boost with a million-core supercomputer that took over a decade to build.
Meet the Community Keeping Obsolete Supercomputers Alive
Nearly 30 years after Silicon Graphics ruled the high-performance computing roost, its supercomputers have found themselves a new home with a small community full of enthusiasts—some of whom weren’t even alive during the company’s heyday.
Physicists Imagine a Supercomputer Based on ‘Magic Dust’
If it scales, the polariton-based computer could leave everything else in the ... dust.
Watch a Supercomputer's Fever Dream of the Chelyabinsk Asteroid Flameout
Understanding the dynamics of asteroid airbursts will make us better prepared for them.
IBM Just Made a 17 Qubit Quantum Processor, Its Most Powerful One Yet
IBM, Google and others are racing to achieve quantum supremacy.
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This Trippy Image Shows How Supercomputers Helped Build Better Jet Engines
It's not a psychedelic desktop wallpaper from the future; it’s a compressor blade simulation from the past, produced by a Cray supercomputer.
Cyberpunk Meets 'Slow TV' in These Self-Generating Music Videos [Premiere]
Journey through uncanny soundscapes while taking in themes of supercomputers and artificial intelligence in electronic musician Crypt Thing's debut EP.
Three Thanksgiving Recipes from Watson, the Computer that Won Jeopardy
The best part about Thanksgiving is going home to all of the delicious food that's been cooked for you by a computer.
The Idiot’s Guide to Quantum Computing
A two-minute explainer on a major game-changer.
IBM's Watson Now Helps People Who Need a Supercomputer to Understand Memes
You know who these people are.
China’s Supercomputer Is Shut Down After Tianjin Explosion
The Tianhe-1A was just kilometers from the epicenter of the blast.