Google's Record-Setting Pi Calculation Showcases The Rise Of Cloud Scientific Computing
Google Cloud data center In honor of Pi Day, Google announced today that one of its Developer Advocates had completed a record-setting computation of Pi to 31.4 trillion decimal places. On a technical front, the computation presents a fascinating look at the kinds of creative workflows achievable within the cloud, but more importantly, it reminds us how much the world of scientific computing has changed in the cloud era. The calculation of Pi out to 31.4 trillion decimal places by Google’s Emma Haruka Iwao offers a powerful look at how the commercial cloud’s building blocks are being used i...
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