HPC Leading Edge, November 2018

Sponsored by Dell EMC and Intel


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In this issue

From Big Data to Bioinformatics

The future of personalized medicine depends on data and the high performance computing resources needed to analyze it.

HPC, M.D.

Artificial intelligence can potentially improve medical diagnoses and treatment, but will require better data and training.

To Be Persistent or not to be Persistent ... in Memory

The non-volatile nature of persistent memory means that it bridges the gap between storage that is either on the bus or outside the system and DRAM that is inside the system.

AI Used to Train AI

Research improves on AI diagnostic rates by building upon existing models.

Simulating Humans

HPC-backed in silico simulation could fuel the next revolution in clinical studies and treatment development.

See Biomolecules Clearly

HPC helps researchers visualize molecular processes in high resolution.

Forecasting the Next Epidemic

High performance computing is critical to detecting and studying infectious disease transmission.

Commentary by James Lowey, TGen

Looking to the Future of Comprehensive Precision Medicine.

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