Intel reveals the new chips that will power the future Aurora supercomputer

Intel reveals the new chips that will power the future

The Aurora supercomputer is expected to go live in 2023. Image: Argonne National Laboratory Intel officially introduced the Intel Max Series product family for high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) on Wednesday. Consisting of the Max series of Intel Xeon processors (codenamed Sapphire Rapids HBM) and the Max series of data center GPUs (codenamed … Read more

Le Figaro reveals the alchemy of ballet couples, whose bodies are one and whose souls merge…

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We’re talking about couples… Who touch each other observe each other learn invent themselves behind closed doors at the time of the first gestures, when we listen to the other, when we feel his presence, when we look for his eyes, when we forget ourselves a little, when asks her if kisses, caresses could one … Read more

The PSVR 2 more expensive than the PS5! Sony reveals price and release date, players are shocked!

The PSVR 2 more expensive than the PS5 Sony reveals

News hardware The PSVR 2 more expensive than the PS5! Sony reveals price and release date, players are shocked! Published on 02/11/2022 at 14:39 We’ve been talking about the PlayStation VR 2 for several months, knowing its characteristics and some of the games that will accompany the virtual reality headset of the PS5. But we … Read more

Gemini sighting of distant quasar reveals evidence of first-generation star that died in ‘super-supernova’ explosion Astronomy & Astrophysics News

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Astronomers may have discovered the ancient chemical remnants of the first stars to light up the Universe. Using innovative analysis of a distant quasar observed by the 8.1-meter Gemini North Telescope in Hawai’i, operated by NSF’s NOIRLab, scientists have found an unusual ratio of elements that, according to them, could only have come from the … Read more

Galaxy S23 Ultra: leak reveals Samsung’s future high-end flagship

Galaxy S23 Ultra leak reveals Samsungs future high end flagship

The Galaxy S23 Ultra appears in a new leak. Several months before the release, we discover the design of the Samsung smartphone from every angle. Among the novelties of the flagship, we should find a new generation Qualcomm fingerprint reader. OnLeaks, a reputable industry informant, has just posted 3D renderings of the Galaxy S23 Ultra … Read more

Ecodesign of websites: a barometer reveals the extent of progress to be made

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Between 1995 and 2021, the average weight of an Internet page has been multiplied by 155! Admittedly, two-thirds of the digital environmental footprint is attributable to terminals, but while the sector’s impact on global greenhouse gas emissions continues to increase (it will reach 5% in 2025), the eco-design of websites is becoming an issue. Bad … Read more

Computational analysis reveals many repetitive sequences are shared between proteins and are similar across species, from bacteria to humans – Genetics News

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About 70% of all human proteins include at least one sequence consisting of a single amino acid repeated several times, with a few other amino acids sprinkled in. These “low complexity regions” are also found in most other organisms. The proteins that contain these sequences have many different functions, but MIT biologists have now found … Read more

Big Data reveals the secret of psychedelic drugs –

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Using Machine Learning and Big Data, a team of Canadian researchers tried to understand the effect of drugs on the brain. In the near future, artificial intelligence could recommend drugs to treat various mental illnesses. the human brain is an infinitely complex organ, and we are still far from understanding all its secrets. However, science … Read more

Ice Age wolf DNA reveals dogs have ancestry in two distinct wolf populations – Archaeology, Paleontology News

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An international group of geneticists and archaeologists, led by the Francis Crick Institute, has found that the ancestry of dogs can be traced to at least two populations of ancient wolves. The work brings us one step closer to uncovering the mystery of where dogs have been domesticated, one of the biggest unanswered questions about … Read more

Indoor life survey reveals humans and resident microbes adapt to each other

Within and on every human being reside countless microorganisms – the microbiota that help shape and direct the lives of their hosts. A similar phenomenon occurs between people, microbes and the homes they share. Written in the June 24, 2022 issue of Scientists progressscientists at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and … Read more