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Folding@home infectious disease research with Spot Instances

This post was contributed by Jarman Hauser, Jessie Xie, and Kinnar Kumar Sen. Folding@home (FAH) is a distributed computing project that uses computational modeling to simulate protein structure, stability, and shape (how it folds). These simulations help to advance drug discoveries and cures for diseases linked to protein dynamics within human cells. The FAH software crowdsources its distributed […]

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GPU workloads on AWS Batch

Contributed by Manuel Manzano Hoss, Cloud Support Engineer I remember playing around with graphics processing units (GPUs) workload examples in 2017 when the Deep Learning on AWS Batch post was published by my colleague Kiuk Chung. He provided an example of how to train a convolutional neural network (CNN), the LeNet architecture, to recognize handwritten digits […]

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