HPC in 2016: Hits and Misses

Michael Feldman | December 20, 2016 22:59 CET As the year draws to close, TOP500 News looks back at some of the most prominent trends of the past 12 months in the world of high performance computing. From machine learning to new processors to exascale, there were plenty of topics to hold our attention in 2016. Here are this year’s top five hits and misses: Hit: Machine learning is everywhere If we had to pick out the most significant trend affecting HPC over the past year, it would certainly have to be machine learning, an application set that has proven to be as compute-demanding as any traditional supercomputing code. Under the broader category of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning is now powering internet search, image recognition, language translation, recommendation engines, and self-driving…

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