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Artificial intelligence, supercomputers at Oak Ridge lab is focus

Artificial intelligence and supercomputers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory will be the topic of a lecture to be presented to Friends of ORNL at noon Tuesday at the University of Tennessee Resource Center, 1201 Oak Ridge Turnpike. The speaker will be Gina Tourassi, director of the National Center for Computational Sciences and the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility at ORNL.

Gina Tourassi

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the simulation of human intelligence processes by computer systems, enabling them to find patterns and trends in large amounts of data. Familiar AI digital assistants that process natural human language and recognize speech are Apple’s Siri, Google Now and Amazon’s Alexa. Their distinct voices answer your spoken questions by doing web searches, and they carry out other commands.

According to a video on the ORNL website, lab researchers are finding ways to use AI to improve health care (including cancer diagnosis and therapy), manufacturing using 3D printing and electric grid security through analysis of large sets of data on supercomputers.

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