Meta has built an AI research supercomputer called the SuperCluster, which is said to be the fastest in the world

On Monday, Meta, Facebook’s parent company, announced the development of one of the world’s fastest artificial intelligence supercomputers.

The social media behemoth hopes that the machine will help develop the metaverse, a virtual reality construct that will eventually replace the Internet as we know it.

According to Facebook, the computer will be the fastest in the world when it is completed around the middle of the year.

Supercomputers are extremely powerful and fast machines that can perform complex calculations that a typical home computer can’t. Meta didn’t say where the computer was built or how much it cost to build.

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The AI Research SuperCluster is a computer that is currently being built but is already up and running. Meta claims it will help its AI researchers create “new and better” artificial intelligence models that can learn from “trillions” of examples, work across hundreds of languages at once, and analyse text, images, and video all at once.

According to Tuomas Sandholm, a computer science professor and co-director of Carnegie Mellon University’s AI center, the way Meta defines the power of its computer differs from how conventional and more technically powerful supercomputers are measured because it relies on the performance of graphics-processing chips, which are useful for running “deep learning” algorithms that can understand what’s in an image, analyse text, and translate between languages.

“We hope RSC will help us build entirely new AI systems that can, for example, power real-time voice translations to large groups of people speaking different languages so they can collaborate on a research project or play an AR game together,” Meta wrote in a blog post.

“We hope RSC will help us build entirely new AI systems that can, for example, power real-time voice translations to large groups of people speaking different languages so they can collaborate on a research project or play an AR game together,” Meta wrote in a blog post.

“For the first time,” Sandholm said, “they’re going to put their customer data on their AI research computer.” “Giving all of that data to AI researchers and algorithms would be a huge change.”

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