Aleph Alpha and Cerebras Systems will provide AI to the German military

Aleph Alpha and Cerebras Systems will provide AI to the German military
Aleph Alpha and Cerebras Systems will provide AI to the German military

On Wednesday, the Silicon Valley-based firm Aleph Alpha Technology announced that it will use a supercomputer system provided by Cerebras Systems to develop artificial intelligence for the German Armed Forces.

The German technology startup Aleph Alpha will employ a supercomputing system supplied by Silicon Valley company Cerebras Systems on Wednesday to create artificial intelligence for the German Armed Forces.

In an effort to compete with Nvidia (NVDA.O), Cerebras has developed a computing architecture that opens up new possibilities for training AI systems with massive volumes of data. The company already secured an agreement to deliver AI supercomputers to G42, the government-backed corporation in the United Arab Emirates; however, the machines will be housed in the United States.

In contrast, Cerebras supercomputers will be shipped to a secure data center in Germany as part of the agreement with Aleph Alpha, a well-known AI company that is thought to be one of Europe’s competitors to American companies like OpenAI.

“One of the AI leaders is Aleph Alpha, and the German Armed Forces is a top-tier customer,” said Andrew Feldman, chief executive of Cerebras. “The competition was fierce.”

The two businesses defined the collaboration as a multi-year contract in which Aleph Alpha and Cerebras will work together to develop generative AI models for the German Armed Forces, but they did not disclose the deal’s worth.

“Like most companies, the armed forces are looking for world-class AI,” Feldman stated. “They’re looking to train models for language, vision, and multi-data types.”

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