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High-performance Artificial Intelligence. Scaling DL on Supercomputers.

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UK researchers can make use of high-performance computing (HPC) clusters at a variety of UK universities. These clusters contain thousands of nodes connected to multi-petabyte file systems, that can deliver quadrillions of operations every second. A researcher taking advantage of these resources could train more sophisticated models, on more data, faster than would be otherwise possible. This talk explores the challenges of training large models on a modern distributed-memory cluster. We shall present the science applications that motivates and continues to inspire interest in this, describe how to setup DL training on an HPC cluster and present standard benchmark training results.

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