Advancing human/machine partnerships.
There’s nothing artificial about making the world a better place Over the last several decades, technology has slowly shaped our world into one our grandparents wouldn’t recognize. Some of that change has been about the gadgets in our homes and in our pockets. Much else has been driven by researchers and scientists using powerful high-performance computing (HPC) supercomputers to answer life‑changing questions and make groundbreaking discoveries in life sciences, earth sciences, physics, chemistry, and astronomy.
But the pace of change is about to accelerate. As the price/performance ratio of HPC continues to decrease and the field of artificial intelligence (AI) is hitting its stride, the possibilities are becoming nearly limitless. Now, many in the business world have begun exploring the possibilities of AI to help them fulfill their business goals better and faster. And that’s perhaps more relevant than ever before.
AI lets companies use what used to be overwhelming amounts of data to create intelligent insights about how to better serve the people who rely on them, including:
- Fighting disease by advancing drug development and precision medicine.
- Making the supply chain more flexible and responsive so products get where they need to be when they need to be there.
- Reaching the right customer with the right offer at the right time.
- Developing innovative products and services faster and more cost‑effectively.
And that’s just the beginning. Because when real people work with AI, it extends our capabilities as humans — to save our loved ones; to increase efficiency and reduce waste; to compete — and win — in an uncertain business climate.