The list of instructions establishes the need to consider issues related to creating conditions for the creation of supercomputers, including by establishing benefits and preferences for domestic manufacturers of components for them.
The government should consider providing grants to scientists, as well as small and medium-sized technology companies, to finance the use of supercomputers, including for the creation and development of complex neural networks and the improvement of their architecture.
The president also set out to develop and implement, on the basis of leading research centers in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), educational programs for the training of specialists who create large linguistic models and generative AI technologies.
Recall that at the beginning of September a new supercomputer with a capacity of 400 petaflops (10 to the power of 15 power of operations per second) began operating at Moscow State University. He ranked third in the world, displacing the Europeans Lumi and Leonardo. Today, supercomputers are one of the main indicators of a country’s development and its competitiveness in various sectors of the economy.
It was previously reported that Vladimir Putin liked the idea of introducing scientific stand-up to schools. During the open lesson “Talking about important things”, a Sevastopol schoolboy Maxim Borsuk proposed creating so-called scientific stand-up sections in schools, in which the person on the stage and the person sitting in the room communicate as equals and in a complex way. Things are explained in simple language. The President promised that he would recommend to the Minister of Education a broader introduction of the scientific stand-up format. He described this format of knowledge transmission as “very interesting and good.”