Fujitsu to build new supercomputer to boost AI research in Japan

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The supercomputer will be the second most powerful in Japan and sixth most powerful worldwide

Fujitsu is developing a new supercomputer that Japanese industry, government, and academic institutions will be able to use to assist in AI research and development. According to Fujitsu, the sy...

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