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A few good things to not there John......
If that's the one I'm thinking of, it's been overdue long enough that it's no longer biggest/fastest/etc., it's dropped to 2nd. plae (Article is paywalled.)
LEMONT, Ill.—Inside a vast data center on the outskirts of Chicago, the most powerful supercomputer in the world is coming to life. The machine will be able to analyze connections inside the brain and help design batteries that charge faster and last longer.
Eventually, AI programs operating on Aurora using the automated labs might be able to act like human scientists, only much faster and less constrained by human quirks, said Rick Stevens, associate laboratory director for computing, environment and life sciences at Argonne. “If you have an AI that is able to explore on its own, it will learn relationships that are unbiased,” he said. “It could learn relationships in a different way than we do.”
The article talks about others, but says this will probably be the biggest for now-If that's the one I'm thinking of, it's been overdue long enough that it's no longer biggest/fastest/etc., it's dropped to 2nd. plae (Article is paywalled.)