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(PC Gamer)   Nvidia and Meta to build AI research supercomputer, in frightening move that invokes the horror of 'I Have No Mouth and I Must Look at Facebook'   ( divider line
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286 clicks; posted to STEM » and Main » on 25 Jan 2022 at 2:55 PM (22 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2022-01-25 2:59:59 PM  
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There are 700,000 miles of wire in this facility. If the word hate was etched on every nano-angstrom of wire in this facility it would not equal one one billionth of the hate I feel for Facebook.
2022-01-25 1:02:22 PM  
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Something more powerful than The Greco? Impossible!
2022-01-25 3:15:18 PM  
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cew-smoke: somedude210: Welp, whatever favorable view I had of NvIdia just got shot to shiat

I'm curious why you say that. Nvidia has been building and designing cards to be able to handle things like this as a major part of their business model for quite some time. This is nothing new. Their cards are in hundreds of thousands of AI servers in everything from some dude's garage up to massive supercomputers owned by universities, the military, large corporations and so on.

I think he was expecting them to turn down what's likely an 8-figure contract out of principle because Facebook is evil.
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