Microsoft partners with Cray to run deep learning algorithms on supercomputers

Image: Cray The latest collaboration between Microsoft and Cray could dramatically lessen the time it takes data scientists to train and run data models that play into deep learning technologies. On Wednesday, at the 2016 Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) Conference in Spain, the two companies showed off their latest supercomputing work in broadening the usefulness and scale of deep learning algorithms. According to a press release announcing the combined work, the premise for the partnership came from the idea that conventional systems and architectures in deep learning take too long to train, and thus limit what can be accomplished with them. To address the challenge, Microsoft and Cray teamed up, alongside the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS), to explore how they could use supercomputing to expand deep learning. The…


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