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Why We Need Ai To Power The Green Energy Transition
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Today we see clear movement and momentum to decarbonization and the green energy transition. In parallel, the rise in digital technology and advanced analytics provide unique opportunities to not only migrate to new energy technologies, but to monitor progress, predict performance, integrate systems, ensure reliability and resiliency – and improve

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A Recent Research From Mit Lincoln Laboratory And Northeastern University Has Investigated The Savings That Can Be Made By Power Capping Gpus Used In Model Training And Inference, As Well As Several Different Methods To Reduce Ai Energy Use In Light Of Growing Concern Over Huge Machine Learning Models' Energy Demands.
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A recent research from MIT Lincoln Laboratory and Northeastern University has investigated the savings that can be made by power capping GPUs used in model training and inference and several different methods to reduce AI energy use in light of growing concern over huge machine learning models’ energy demands. Power

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Apple Invests In Renewables

Apple has recently purchased a hydroelectric power plant near one of its data centers in central Oregon.  The plant, located in Prineville, will primarily be used to power things like iCloud and will be used to support a number of data centres across the country. With the advent of Apple

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