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22.05.2024

How is it possible that Israel still doesn’t have a supercomputer?

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Attorney Yariv Kesner explains that a supercomputer requires national-level budgets or funding from a very limited number of international corporations, such as Nvidia, which can finance a project of this magnitude. In this respect, Israel woke up late and is lagging behind most developed countries in the world in terms of the scientific and computational capabilities at its disposal.

For more details, see the article in Globes: here

Attorney Yariv Kesner explains that a supercomputer requires national-level budgets or funding from a very limited number of international corporations, such as Nvidia, which can finance a project of this magnitude. In this respect, Israel woke up late and is lagging behind most developed countries in the world in terms of the scientific and computational capabilities at its disposal.

For more details, see the article in Globes: here

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