Artificial intelligence is also fighting in the laboratory

Artificial intelligence is also fighting in the laboratory

The death toll has exceeded ten thousand. Scientists around the world are desperate to find a cure for the deadly virus. There is no ‘instrument’ behind. The pace at which the virus is spreading, making it impossible for humans to handle the research. So the world's fastest supercomputer is helping scientists.

E.g., ‘Summit’ and ‘Sierra’. The first is at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the United States. The second supercomputer is in the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. There are two computers in the first and second place in terms of speed. Scientists say that Summit can calculate 200 quadrillions (1 quadrillion, that is, 15 after 0) every second. In other words, it is 10 lakh times more powerful than a good laptop.

Research is underway on various chemicals to control the virus. The novel coronavirus is looking for a chemical that will lose energy. Different organizations are working day and night to make medicines. The brain of 'artificial intelligence' or 'artificial intelligence' is helping in this. They are healing thousands of chemical analyzes in the blink of an eye. In this way, the supercomputer has identified 6 chemicals. Research is underway to find out which of these vaccines may be most effective.

Here's the thing: the virus is spreading the infection with the help of harmful 'spike' proteins. Summit is helping to find a drug that can stop this spike.

Jeremy Smith, head of the Oak Ridge Laboratory, said: "It's not like we're going to get the results we're going to get. But those results will help in future research. And those studies are really useful in making vaccines. "