IOR helps in fight against SARS-Cov2

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IOR helps in fight against SARS-Cov2

The Institute for Ophthalmic Research contributes computing power normally used to train artificial neural networks to the Folding@Home

The Institute for Ophthalmic Research contributes computing power normally used to train artificial neural networks to the Folding@Home (https://foldingathome.org/) project to assist research around the world taking up the global fight against COVID-19. The system now achieves a speed of about 768 petaFLOPS, outperforming "IBM Summit", the fastest super computer so far, about ten times.