What is the mission of DeepSpeed4Science?
By partnering with our internal and external collaborators and their key AI-driven science missions, DeepSpeed4Science aims to build unique capabilities through AI system technology innovations to help domain experts unlock today’s biggest science mysteries.
Who are the members?
DeepSpeed4Science’s founding members span technology corporations and their research divisions, academia, startups and key national labs. The launching group includes DeepSpeed@Microsoft, Microsoft WebXT/Bing, MSR AI4Science@Microsoft, Argonne National Lab, Columbia University, Argonne National Lab, AMD, Oak Ridge National Lab, Princeton University and Brookhaven National Lab.
Who can join our mission?
We welcome broader community engagement. Members may contribute technically and play a key role in helping us choose new directions and high-priority projects. We then decide what these high-priority projects for us are and how we can collaborate.
Where can we find the code for the new releases?
Open source software releases from DeepSpeed4Science will be hosted at here, as part of DeepSpeed framework. DeepSpeed4Science will not host these science models. Our partners will host their own science models and data. DeepSpeed4Science only provides tailored AI system support for scientific discoveries.