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Mark Zuckerberg says Meta is building a supercomputer to power the metaverse land


In the middle of summer, when Mark Zuckerberg announced that they are working on a virtual world called Meta, and changed the names of his oldest and richest company to Meta, the whole world was in the shock.

The founder of Meta has declared that they require an artificial intelligence supercomputer to power the metaverse, the phenomenon that combines the physical and digital world.

The giant computer which is being built now is called AI Research SuperCluster (RSC) has been designed to be a “new and better” artificial intelligence ever, it operates multi-modal signals, for instance it is able to work with hundreds of languages, analyses images, videos and text together. It can learn from trillion of examples. The researchers said the computer ( RSC) will be completed in the summer and it will be the fastest one in its style on the planet.

AI simulates the underlying structure of the brain in the form of a computer to be capable in processing and distinguishing patterns in king-sized data.

It also noticed in a blog post on Monday that our supercomputer will be the fastest one in the United States and the second fastest in the world. Companies like Microsoft and Nvidia have supercomputers to use for their own companies.

The story is long, everyday news is coming out and we all could see how companies and celebrities are jumping into the metaverse. The company owns Facebook, Instagram and Whatsapp applications with hundreds of millions of users, now by holding metaverse I definitely needs such a giant computer to spot all the details.

About Nicolle

She is an Indian Freelance writer. She loves thinking, learning, and writing about all things Web3.

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