The Mistral supercomputer, installed in 2016 at the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ, or Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum) in Hamburg, Germany. Photo: DataCenter Knowledge

The world’s most powerful supercomputer

On Tuesday, May 7, it was announced that the U.S. Department of Energy had contracted with Cray to build Frontier at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee. Frontier will be the world's most powerful supercomputer by 2021, exceeding a...

A new phase of innovation cooperation

Qingdao – where Sino-Swedish eco-innovation starts Qingdao (or Tsingtao on the label of the most popular Chinese beer for foreign tourists) is a beautiful city in Shandong Province on China’s Yellow Sea coast. Qingdao is also a special city...
The picture shows Ambassador Jakob Hallgren during his presentation at KEY 2019. Photo: MoneyToday
The picture shows Ambassador Jakob Hallgren during his presentation at KEY 2019. Photo: MoneyToday

Swedish Perspectives at KEY Platform 2019

For the seventh year running, Seoul hosted the conference K.E.Y Platform. “K.E.Y” representing the organisers desire to “Knock around ideas” to get “Educated’ and “Yield everything” during the conference. This year, the focus was...
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The American AI Initiative

It’s no news that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is going to be big. According to PwC’s Global Artificial Intelligence Study, AI is estimated to add 15.7 trillion USD to the global economy by 2030. AI technology has the possibility to transform...
Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga during the announcement of Reiwa. Photo: Uichiro Kasai
Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga during the announcement of Reiwa. Photo: Uichiro Kasai

Reiwa – an era of innovation?

At May 1, Japan entered the new era of “Reiwa” as Emperor Naruhito acceded to the throne. In English, Reiwa can be translated as “beautiful harmony”, but the name can be interpreted in several ways. For the first time the new era name has...