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AI Innovation Incubator Aims for Advances for Applied Science

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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has established the AI Innovation Incubator (AI3), a collaborative hub aimed at uniting experts in artificial intelligence from LLNL, industry, and academia to advance AI for large-scale scientific and commercial applications.

LLNL has entered into a new memoranda of understanding with Google, IBM, and Nvidia, with plans to use the incubator to facilitate discussions and form future collaborations around hardware, software, tools, and utilities to accelerate AI for applied science. In addition, several existing projects, including those with Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Advanced Micro Devices Inc., will fall under the AI3 umbrella.

"We want this Incubator to be a place where industry, academia. and the Lab can come together, nurture ideas, grow projects, and develop a common vision," says Brian Spears, AI3 director and LLNL physicist. "This is about bringing smart people with a diverse set of views together to work on meaningful problems in ways nobody else can."

More companies, universities, and leaders in the AI space are encouraged to consider joining AI3.

From Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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