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A global consortium of scientists from federal laboratories, research institutes, academia, and industry has formed to address the challenges of building large-scale artificial intelligence (AI)... Read more

Posted at Friday, November 10, 2023 - 10:25

SupercomputingAsia 2024’s (SCA 2024) call for abstracts is now open. Typically held in Singapore, SCA 2024 is coming to Sydney, Australia from 19-22 February 2024. This is is the first time SCA is... Read more

Posted at Thursday, November 2, 2023 - 10:50
Picture of a baby sitting on a rug, facing away from the camera. Image by thedanw from Pixabay

AI app to identify cerebral palsy in infants

“Our eyes cannot focus on the arm, leg and eyes at the same time, but a machine can learn the connectivity in the limbs’ movements.”

As more domains integrate computational and data-focused approaches to the way they work, we're seeing research communities' needs evolve beyond traditional models of queue-based High Performance... Read more

Posted at Wednesday, November 1, 2023 - 12:19
This image depicts a Deep Learning model's prediction of adult Tarāpuka (Black-billed gulls) sitting on nests in a colony. The ground truth is pictured on the left, and the prediction is on the right. Image courtesy of Saif Khan.

Using Deep Learning to detect braided river bird populations

"To be honest, being an ecologist, I was a bit nervous to approach people from advanced data science space. But this fear diminished quickly as all involved in the project was more than ready to understand my needs and was ready to work with my strengths.
Photo of a riparian strip. Credit Dave Allen, NIWA.

Tools to better understand and address water quality issues

"The team at NeSI worked with us to provide a solution to achieve significant speed-up in legacy R- and FORTRAN-based code for catchment model runs."
Person wearing a virtual reality headset. Image by Wren Handman from Pixabay

AI software learns, tracks and predicts cybersickness in virtual reality users

“It would take me a day to train one machine learning model [on my desktop], but I'd train something like 56 models in a day on Mahuika.”
Photo of NIWA's Baring Head atmospheric station. Photo by Dave Allen, NIWA.

Automating workflows to help scientists address crucial carbon cycle questions

"The transformation of our CYLC setup into a fully automated and more flexible workflow has had a remarkable impact on our research processes."

Join our online Office Hour sessions in November!Session will be hosted on Zoom. Click on the link below to save the date & Zoom link to your Google calendar. All details indicated below are on... Read more

Posted at Friday, October 13, 2023 - 08:10

Join us for a Lunch 'n Learn webinar that shares our early access roll-out of new tools for easier and more adaptable collaboration around research data.NeSI has launched a Research Developer Cloud... Read more

Thursday, November 2, 2023 - 12:00 to 13:00